Ravel Morrison’s to be featured in England for the 2014 World Cup can become a reality according to Sam Allardyce. The 20 years old midfielder of West Ham has been in great form this season.
Morrison has been a regular starter for Allardyce in this season and in one of the few matches that he was sidelined, when arriving into the pitch he made a huge impact. He created 3 chances for his team to score and provided 1 amazing assist for Joe Cole’s goal against Fulham as he showed everyone why he should continue being placed into the starting lineup for his team.
His consistent line of fine performances have made Allardyce speak his mind about what he thinks Morrison’s situation is regarding him being placed into Roy Hodgson’s lineup of players for England.
Allardyce said: ‘It’s a long way between now and the World Cup squad being picked. He’s going to have to continue his improvement to be – or have any chance of being – considered for that squad of players going to the World Cup.
‘It’s a nice goal for him; I don’t think there is anything wrong with that dream. Without dreams you can’t be successful trying to achieve those dreams. He can make that dream a reality.
‘Not too many people reach their ultimate goal in life. When you have that chance, if you are dedicated enough in your time on and off the field then you can get there.’
West Ham currently are trying to keep their heads above water as they are barely surviving the bottom relegation zone of the Premier League but will have to continue adding points to maintain a safe distance away from the relegation.
They are hit with a few setbacks as Winston Reid, Stewart Downing, Alou Diarra and Ricardo Vaz Te all are out with injuries and won’t be able to play against West Ham United.