The West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has said that he is happy with the behaviour of the England international and the Liverpool striker Andy Carroll, who is currently on loan at the club till the end of the season. The 23-year-old former Newcastle United striker has been regarded as a major flop following his £ 35 million move to Liverpool. He has been trying to revive his form back by making the loan move to West Ham. Even though he has been struck by injury problems during his time at West Ham, he has been instrumental in helping the club get into the top half of the table.

However, he was recently injured and Allardyce said that the injury would keep him out for up to 8 weeks. In the meantime, he has been caught on an issue involving him and the paparazzi photographer, which has left him arrested by the police. He has been causing a lot of negative publicity is making the move to West Ham, but the manager Allardyce is not concerned about the negative press. He has said that Andy Carroll has been fantastic for the club is making a loan deal to London. It is expected that West Ham will try and make the move permanent in the summer.

“I’ve got the details, all the statements. I suppose, at the moment, if there’s still an investigation going on, I think I can’t comment too far on it apart from the fact that all I know is it was a huge aggravation by a photographer who became a pest. I’m happy Andy and all the lads conducted themselves in the right manner. They [the players] enjoyed themselves like they should do and it’s built, again, another fantastic spirit in the team,” said Allardyce.