Ghanaian international Mohammed Kudus has garnered commendation from former England striker Michael Owen for his exceptional contributions to West Ham United.
Owen, known for his astute analysis, hailed Kudus as a "decent signing," emphasizing the Ghanaian's ability to score crucial and remarkable goals for the club.
Kudus has undeniably made an impact at West Ham, finding the back of the net six times across various competitions.
One of his standout moments came in the form of a spectacular bicycle kick goal against Brentford, a performance that has positioned him as a contender for the Premier League Goal of the Month award.
The Ghanaian midfielder's displays have not gone unnoticed, capturing the admiration of both fans and pundits alike.
During a recent Premier League broadcast, Michael Owen expressed his admiration for Kudus, stating, "Kudus has been wonderful for West Ham United. He has been scoring some wonderful goals for them, and I think he has been a decent signing for West Ham."
Kudus made the move to West Ham from Dutch powerhouse Ajax during the summer transfer window, bringing with him a wealth of experience and success, including two league titles with the Eredivisie club.
The reported transfer fee of around 43 million euros reflects the high expectations placed on the young midfielder, expectations that he has undoubtedly lived up to with his stellar performances.