The West Ham United footballer only has seven matches to impress his coach, as he only has a six-month deal with the English Premier League club.
Samir Nasri spent 18 months on the sidelines after being banned for doping.
Then he came back to play for West Ham United, but unfortunately for him, so far he has only appeared six times.
And with time running out, he knows he has only seven matches to impress manager Manuel Pellegrini if he wants to stay at the English Premier League club.
“I don’t know about my future,” he was quoted by Sky Sports.
“The most important thing for me was to come back, which I did in January. Then I got an injury because I wasn’t used to playing week in week out when I have been out of the game for so long.”
“Now the manager takes his time with me. I have seven games left and I just want to play free of injury and then we will sit down and see what is next,” he added.
“Sometimes you can be complacent when you play a team that is bottom of the League. When you concede one or two goals then it is difficult to react unless you make changes.”
“That is what the manager did. Chicharito scored two goals and I helped so it was good. He is a poacher – you have to play him in the box. He is really smart, ‘sneaky’ if you like,” he continued.
West Ham United is currently in the ninth position of the English Premier League table with 42 points, thanks to 12 victories, six draws, and 13 losses.
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