West Ham's Adrian is excited for the club's stadium move
West Ham United goalkeeper Adrián San Miguel has spoken to the club's official website, discussing the upcoming Premier League season, and the player's excitement surrounding their move to the Olympic Stadium.
The 29-year-old Spanish stopper enjoyed a fine season for the Hammers last term, further establishing himself as the club's number one, and he spoke to whufc.com regarding their move to their new stadium.
Adrian has established himself as West Ham's number one
“Of course we have a lot to look forward to," he said. "It was a magnificent end to our history at Upton Park. Now we have an exciting new season in the London Stadium and everybody is waiting for the first game there.”
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has managed to build a fantastic squad during his time in East London, and it is the bond between the players that has led to them being such a tough side to play against.
Although the Hammers struggled in their opening game of their pre-season US tour, Adrian believes the work and training put in by the squad will be extremely beneficial as the club head into the new Premier League campaign.
Adrian feels the club's US training camp has been beneficial for the squad
"We had a difficult result with the Sounders, but the most important thing is that the training was good for us and nobody got an injury and we are still getting fit," he added.
The Hammers face a very tough start to their season and have away trips to Chelsea and Manchester City in their first three fixtures. They will have to ensure they are at their peak physically and mentally to get their season off to the start they desire.
West Ham fan's expectations have risen sharply after last season's exploits