Darren Randolph has revealed that he would be reluctant to seek a transfer away from West Ham United should his lack of first-team action at the Premier League club threaten his spot as Ireland’s first-choice goalkeeper.
The 29-year-old joined the London outfit from Birmingham City in 2015 but has had to make do with appearances in domestic cup and Europa League games as manager Slaven Bilic continues to keep faith with Spanish stopper Adrian for league fixtures.
“If it were to happen, it happens. I’ve had an enjoyable year but hopefully that’s not the end of it.”
“We had a great performance and win but nobody spoke about that. It was all about the crowd, the violence, the police being involved, people being cut and all the arrests.
“Once they find a way of policing it, of stewarding it, I’m sure it will be fine.”
“If we can take points off teams that are going to be closer to us it’s obviously going to help us in the long run.”
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