West Ham teenagers Daniel Kemp and Jahmal Hector-Ingram go goal-crazy in training

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The West Ham United youngsters recently made the step up to the under-21s.

West Ham United teenagers Daniel Kemp and Jahmal Hector-Ingram went goal-crazy in training earlier this week, with their efforts later posted on the Hammers’ official Twitter account.

While many of West Ham’s senior stars are off on international duty the club’s next generation remain in London and have the chance to impress manager Slaven Bilic on the training pitch.

Kemp is a 17-year-old right-sided midfielder who has recently been promoted to West Ham’s under-21 side, scoring in a 4-1 victory against their Newcastle United counterparts last time out.

Striker Hector-Ingram is the same age and he has featured seven times at that level so far, although he is yet to find the net with most of his appearances coming as a late substitute.

Still, the pair showed they are adept at finishing in training and will be hoping to take that into the next under-21 match.

West Ham have some of the most exciting young players in the country, and while the 17-year-olds have a long way to go before they are knocking on the manager’s door they are clearly enjoying their time on the training pitch.

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