Targett commits to Saints

first_img “Being a Southampton supporter, it means a lot more to be staying at the club because it’s where I want to spend my career,” Targett told Southampton’s official YouTube channel. “I want to get into the first team and to keep progressing by playing week-in week-out. “Ryan Bertrand is doing a great job this season and has made that left-back spot his own, so I just need to keep working hard in training to keep pushing him.” Press Association Matt Targett, the latest left-back off Southampton’s production line, has penned a five-year deal with his boyhood club.center_img The 19-year-old has impressed since breaking into the first team this season, with his debut coming in August’s Capital One Cup defeat of Millwall. Targett has been rewarded with a new deal until 2019 at a club which has seen Gareth Bale, Wayne Bridge and Luke Shaw flourish after being given a chance at left-back. last_img read more

Hammers hope to get season back on track

first_imgPhoto © – pixabay Kick off is at 8 o’clock. West Ham manager Slavin Bilic is under increasing pressure.The Hammers will hope to pick up their first point of the season at home to Huddersfield tonight.The newly promoted club head to the London Stadium aiming for a win that will move them level on points with Manchester United and Manchester City at the top of the table.last_img