London - Striker Carlton Cole is hoping to extend his new
three months contract at West Ham.
Cole ran out of contract in the summer and West Ham were
reluctant of a renewal due to his dropped form.
But with a heel injury to striker Andy Carroll, West Ham
manager Sam Allardyce gave Cole a three month contract that ends in January.
Cole, who has a Nigerian trace, scored the second goal in
West Ham’s 3-0 win over Fulham on Saturday, and the striker is now hoping his
form will fetch him a contract extension at the club he has spent seven years.
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