West Ham Under-23s coach Liam Manning said Moses Makasi’s return was one positive from his side’s 4-0 EFL Trophy defeat at Yeovil. The midfielder captained the Hammers side at Huish Park as he continued his return from injury by getting a full 90 minutes in against the Glovers.
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Manning later praised the 23-year-old midfielder for his leadership and efforts in Tuesday’s game.
He said: “Moses’ target was January in terms of getting as fit as possible. He did really well at Plymouth at the end of last season before the injury he had. It was great to see him playing like that tonight.
“He had the engine and the way he led was an example to some of the younger players in the team. He’s a great character on and off the pitch and he’s getting better every week.”
Manning will now switch his focus to preparing a team for next week’s Premier League International Cup fixture against Dinamo Zagreb and will study the footage of Tuesday’s loss at Huish Park.
He added: “We’ll review the game and we’ll address the issues that keep coming up. The next game is a big one against Zagreb next week. “We’re out of this tournament but if we win that game, we go through, so there’s a lot of incentive.”