West Ham have been on top of their game this season, blowing teams out of the water, but it has not always been smooth sailing.

They have struggled in some matches this term and David Moyes has had to quickly come up with a substitution or new formation to save the day.

Declan Rice has arguably been the Hammers’ best player so far, becoming their leader on the pitch and often telling the manager his mind when things are not going their way.

According to the Daily Mail, the 22-year-old England international midfielder is not afraid to tell Moyes what he thinks when tactics don’t work.

Good to see

West Ham have lost to Manchester United and Brentford while drawing against Southampton and Crystal Palace so far in the league this season.

They were held to a 2-2 draw at Genk last Thursday, and it is safe to say that Moyes did not get everything right in those games.

In Belgium, the Hammers struggled in the opening 20 minutes of the clash and should have found themselves three or four goals down after the manager made some changes to the team.

Rice was seen shouting towards the touchline at him, telling him to fix it, and that growth in confidence and leadership will definitely do him and the club a lot of good going forward.

Having a captain who does not shy from telling his manager when he feels something is going wrong is very crucial.

Rice is the one on the pitch and in a position better suited to communicate exactly what is going to the bench, and it is great to see him taking up such responsibility as Mark Noble prepares to hang his boots up at the end of the season.

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