Ravel Morrison tells David Gold he wants to manage West Ham in 20 years

The former West ham star rather randomly declared his ambitious plans on Twitter.

Former West Ham United midfielder Ravel Morrison took to Twitter on Tuesday night with a randomly timed declaration of love for the club.

Indeed, the 22-year-old says he would love to manage the east London side one day and take them to the Champions league.

And Morrison even tweeted David Gold and Jack Sullivan with an enquiry about the West Ham job in 20 years' time.

The youngster was perhaps inspired by West Ham's appointment of former player Slaven Bilic as their new head coach earlier in the day and expressed his desire on social media.

Morrison had earlier told his followers about his Champions League dream with the Hammers.

The 22-year-old endured a frustrating time at West Ham, largely because it was he who frustrated for the most part.

Clearly blessed with talent on the ball, Morrison never quite fulfilled his promise at Upton Park, despite some special moments, and was released by the club earlier this year.

What a story it would be if he did produce an unlikely comeback to coach West Ham decades down the line. For now, though, joking around on Twitter is as far as it will probably ever go...

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