West Ham United midfielder Ravel Morrison has continued to antagonise the club's fans on Twitter with his seemingly blasé attitude towards being out of the first-team at Upton Park.
Morrison's talent is unquestionable, but his attitude has been a source of much criticism throughout his career so far and the youngster is doing himself few favours on social media with his recent tweets, which have since been deleted.
The comments come just days after he posted a congratulatory message to Mohamed Diame for his showings at Hull.
Diame caused controversy when he left the London club to join Hull City, and Morrison was quick to point out the good start to life his former teammate had made at the KC Stadium.
diame Scores again Played 2 Scores 2— ra'vel (@morrisonravel) September 20, 2014
Morrison was sent out on loan to Queens Park Rangers last season after falling out of favour after an impressive start to the season.
The former Manchester United trainee has been touted as a potential England star of the future, but his attitude is threatening to damage his career and it really is time that he concentrated on making an impact.
Morrison has fleetingly shown his masses of potential on the field, but he continues to spoil any good performances with his temperament off it.
The 21-year-old will now be hoping to prove himself at Cardiff, as he looks to lift them up the table following a poor start.
The Bluebirds are still looking for a new manager after parting with Ole Gunnar Solksjaer due to their dismal form throughout the opening of the campaign.
Morrison has the ability to really lift the squad and whoever is placed in charge will be delighted to have a player of his quality at their disposal.
The creative midfielder could make his first appearance for the Welsh outfit in their weekend fixture against Bournemouth.