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Confidence: New found mentality for West Ham man can carry into club form improving – Opinion

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With two wins already in the league this season, a third victory in a row will be the perfect way to restart life back in the Premier League after two weeks away, and with the likes of Felipe Anderson and Sebastien Haller also in good form previous to the international break, the confidence around the West Ham camp will be high heading into their clash against Villa.

“When I go back to West Ham, I’ll be buzzing.

Obviously, I’ve played two games with England, I’m still just 20-years-old and I’m still learning and trying to improve.” With Manuel Pellegrini’s side next taking on Aston Villa in the Premier League, it is important to have one of the squad’s star players with a positive mentality, and West Ham will need this from Rice when they travel to Villa Park on Monday night.

Indeed, Rice even admitted to West Ham’s official website that playing regularly for England has been a massive confidence boost, with the midfielder saying: “It picks it up massively (my confidence).

The international break has often been seen as a nuisance to most football fans who usually just want to see their club continue to play week-in week-out, but there have been no complaints this time, particularly for England supporters.

Nine goals over two games saw the Three Lions claim maximum points yet again in their latest slate of EURO 2020 qualifying matches, with a 4-0 win over Bulgaria and an exciting 5-3 result against Kosovo continuing England’s impressive unbeaten run, and for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, it was a seemingly a turning point in his international career.

The 20-year-old played every minute of both games for England, and although Rice was subject to criticism from some fans best illustrated in a piece by Football London, Gareth Southgate’s decision to play the midfielder for every second over the international break is a big sign of things to come for the Hammers youngster.
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