The Argentine worldwide has started to add more end product to his game and, at 24, his best days look in front of him.
The rest of us don't understand a word of it, are just thankful that they don't have to take notes, but you can tell he is playing the game, that he is honest and giving the foreign press just what they want. "But I do appreciate the words he has said in the past months but right now I am a Hammer".
Watford have had four of their Premier League games moved for television coverage in October and November. "But as well it would be my first goal with my comeback with a club that has a lot of confidence in me".
The Mexican scored 37 league goals in 103 appearances for Manchester United but many of those appearances were from the bench. He never showed me, any sort of things that he is unhappy.
If West Ham's last season at Upton Park was a party then the first season at London Stadium was the hangover.
"Even if I am described as the best striker in the world, or the worse striker in the world, that is something that I need to prove on the pitch", he said.
"As to celebrating, I don't know", he continued.
News of the midfielder's decision to remain at the club will undoubtedly delight manager Slaven Bilic, who has already seen influential duo Michail Antonio and Pedro Obiang extend their contracts with the Hammers, earlier this year.
"I've been in football long enough to know if it doesn't matter if your contract has one year left or five years left".
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'I remember him from Man City, I remember him from England and I remember him from Torino.