West Ham United star Jarrod Bowen lavishes praise on two ‘unbelievable’ Premier League strikers

Lewis Oldham
West Ham star Bowen praises Kane and Vardy

West Ham United forward Jarrod Bowen has heaped praise on Premier League duo Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy, as they are “unbelievable strikers”.

Bowen has been in sensational form for the Hammers this term. He has grabbed nine goals and eight assists in the Premier League.

Kane and Vardy meanwhile have been two of the standout forwards in the Premier League over the past few seasons.

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35-year-old Vardy has struggled with injuries this term but he has still netted 12 goals from his 25 appearances.

Kane started the 2021/22 campaign slowly but he has been back to his best in recent months. He now sits on 22 goals for the season across all competitions. Bowen has recognised that the English duo are “unbelievable” talents:

“I think the talent they’ve got is unquestionable,” Bowen told CNN.

“They’re unbelievable two strikers but I think the hard work they’ve got and the character they’ve got within themselves pushes them even more.”

Elsewhere, Mark Noble has insisted that he will not carry on playing for another year if West Ham are able to win the Europa League:

“I’ve been asked this question so many times by so many people,” the club captain said. “The reason we would get into the Champions League is by winning the Europa League.

“Winning the Europa League and lifting the trophy, would I come back? No. And that’s my honest answer. To end on that would be pretty special.

“I was joking with the lads the other day, saying if that did happen, I’d happily come watch the Champions League games with the Europa League trophy on the next chair. But that is way down the line.”

Noble admitted that his farewell tour has been even better than he could have imagined as the club he joined as a 16-year-old have gone toe-to-toe with some European heavyweights.

“Did I imagine it? Yes. Did I think this would happen? Probably no,” he said.

“This season for me, after announcing that this would be my last, has been special. It’s not over yet.

“We’ve got an incredible game here and probably a bigger game in a week’s time. To be able to enjoy that with the West Ham fans, with the players and staff, is an incredible achievement.

“Do I think it’s possible to win? Yes. It will be tough, because the three other teams in this situation will be thinking the same.

“The fans behind us, the fans who will travel to Frankfurt, I have crossed my fingers since we beat Lyon.”