Dion Dublin has claimed he would consider coming out of retirement if he could play alongside West Ham’s James Ward-Prowse.
Known for being a dead ball specialist, Ward-Prowse will undoubtedly go down in Premier League folklore, and Dublin is clearly a fan.
Speaking about the former Southampton midfielder’s on-field talent, Dublin, who spoke to the BBC, said: “He’s the only one I would want to come out of retirement to play.
“He’s got pace, power and direction. All I have to do is stand in the box. He’s the closest to David Beckham we’ve had. It’s an incredible ball.”
Since joining the Hammers in the summer, Ward-Prowse, who has three-and-a-half-years left on his contract, has already directly contributed to 11 goals in 16 games in all competitions.
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