Jesse Lingard has got Manchester United fans saying the same thing after latest West Ham display

Another West Ham game and another Jesse Lingard goal.

It has been quite the return to form for the Manchester United man since joining the Hammers on loan in January, with Lingard scoring five goals in seven appearances for David Moyes' men prior to the international break.

That earned him a recall to Gareth Southgate's England squad for the recent World Cup qualifiers with San Marino, Albania and Czech Republic, with Lingard featuring in all three games.

And now, he has returned to West Ham and continued his impressive form, scoring inside the opening ten minutes as the Hammers face Wolves at Molineux.

It was a superb goal as Lingard ran at the Wolves defence after receiving the ball in his own half, before he coolly finished past Rui Patricio to open the scoring in the sixth minute of the game.

Lingard then played a key role in the second goal for the Hammers as he flicked the ball to Arthur Masuaku, who in turn found Pablo Fornals to double West Ham's advantage.

And Lingard has got Manchester United fans talking with his impressive performance so far.

Here's what some of them have been saying on social media.

Lingard has spoken of how much he is enjoying his time at West Ham, with speculation intensifying over his long-term future beyond the summer and the end of his loan spell.

Speaking on BBC MOTDx Lingard has revealed that he never doubted his own abilities but it was a 'difficult' time for him to turn up to training every day but then come matchday be overlooked again and again.

He added that being constantly ignored by Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made it clear to him he needed to move on from the club he joined as a seven-year-old in 2000, but it was not an easy decision.

"It was a tough period," he said.

"I felt like I deserved to play for United, but obviously, I knew in myself that I had to go on loan. There was a range of emotions, I was going through all sorts so just to get it over the line and to get there and sign the papers was a great feeling."

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