West Ham star warns teammates over Sheffield United trip after admitting Chris Wilder has "set Premier League alight" this season
Robert Snodgrass has warned his West Ham teammates that they will have to match Sheffield United for "work-rate, desire and application" at Bramall Lane tonight if they are to have any chance of picking up a result.
Snodgrass played at Bramall Lane with Aston Villa, once scoring a last-gasp winner, and was full of praise for the Blades and their manager Chris Wilder ahead of the Sky-televised clash.
"They’re a great team, they’re a very good side, a very good bunch of lads with a top manager," Snodgrass said.
"It’s another test where we must match them for work-rate, desire and application because, listen, they don’t leave anything out there, they give everything.
“They have a top manager who, for me, has set the Premier League alight this year with how he has come in and has took it to teams and tried to have a go.
“It’ll be no different on Friday. I’ve played there before with Aston Villa and it’s a very tough place to go, so it’s a different test.”