West Ham ace Robert Snodgrass has forced himself back into first-team contention this season under Manuel Pellegrini and did enough out on loan with Aston Villa last year.
The 31-year-old has been a regular for the Hammers this campaign, scoring four goals and supplying seven assists in 30 games across all competitions.
But the right-winger has seen his best form disappear of later and he’s now gone nine league games without a goal or assist.
The Scotland international is always full of endeavour and a great work-rate, but his end product is letting him down of late and his standards are slipping.
His recent performance in the 1-1 draw to Crystal Palace at the weekend encapsulated his form and Pellegrini should pull him out of the starting XI for now.
Snodgrass was denied a good goalscoring opportunity against Palace and apart from that was fairly quiet.
The wide man is having a dip individually in his own season and the manager needs to try find a solution with alternative players as a result.
He is a left-footed ace that is capable of regaining his qualities, but his impressive mid-season form must seem a distant memory and he’s now beginning to frustrate fans with his performances.