West Ham United signed Robert Snodgrass from Hull City during the January transfer window.
Robert Snodgrass has told the Daily Mail that he feels he has been used out of position at West Ham United.
Snodgrass moved to West Ham from Hull City during the January transfer window.
However, the Scotland international struggled to show his best form at the London Stadium.
And Snodgrass feels that part of the reason why he found things so hard at West Ham was because Slaven Bilic put him in an unfamiliar position.
“There were some factors that made things difficult last season,” Snodgrass said. “I was living away from my family because we didn’t want to interrupt schooling but next season I’ll have my wife and three kids with me.
“I was also asked to play on the left to fill the gap vacated by Dmitri Payet but it’s never been my position. I’ve scored nearly a hundred goals as a mainly right-sided player and I’ve said to the manager that’s where I think I’m most effective.
“We’ve had a very good discussion and hopefully I’ll be given a run of games where I’m comfortable. If it doesn’t happen right away, I will have to wait for my chance.”
Snodgrass had enjoyed an excellent first half to the campaign at Hull, where he became one of the Tigers’ main attacking weapons.
But the 29-year-old failed to hold down his spot in West Ham’s first-team, and there have already been suggestions that he could leave.
Snodgrass’ comments suggest he will stay at West Ham, and attempt to prove his worth in the upcoming campaign.
West Ham are expected to add to their squad this summer, meaning competition for places at the London Stadium is only set to increase.