Andy Carroll is desperate to extend his stay at West Ham

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ANDY CARROLL wants to prove his worth to Manuel Pellegrini so he can stay at West Ham. Carroll, 29, has just returned from sbobet88888 an ankle injury which had him sidelined for four months. It was the latest in a string of injury problems to hamper Carroll since ever since he arrived from Liverpool in 2013. The striker has six months left on his current deal - a £90,000-a-week contract that makes him one of the club's top earners. But Carroll is desperate to prove his worth to boss Manuel Pellegrini so the Hammers trigger a two-year extension to it. "I'd like to stay," Carroll told the Mail. "I've got a two-year option, it's the club's option.
"I've been injured, so it's not one of those sbobet88888 where I can just pick up the phone and say, 'Give me a two-year deal'. I've got to prove it. That's what I need to do.
"It's all about working hard and showing the gaffer I can play.
"I've been out a long time. The gaffer knows I'm not fully fit, I know I'm not fully fit. I'd say I'm about 75 per cent.
"I need to get fit, get back in sbobet88888 the starting line-up and prove I deserve it.
"I can sit here and talk about new deals, but it ain't going to change anything until I get on that pitch and do what I do."
Carroll has played under Sam Allardyce, Slaven Bilic, David Moyes and now Pellegrini at West Ham. He admits the change in bosses has made things tough to take and said: "Last season was up and down.
"We had Stuart Pearce doing sessions, then David Moyes was doing sessions. It didn't really feel right, it didn't work. The lads weren't happy."
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