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David Moyes confirms Jarrod Bowen has signed new contract at West Ham

Bowen, recalled to the England squad last week for matches against Australia and Italy, has committed his future to the club for the long term. It would be a seven-year agreement, until 2030.

The 26-year-old winger has scored 45 goals in 166 appearances for the Hammers since arriving from Hull for £18 million in 2020.

“Jarrod has signed a new deal which is great news for us here at West Ham,” said Hammers boss Moyes. “He’s done incredible things since he’s been here. He continues to improve.

“If you think about his own development as an individual, he started at Hereford, moved to Hull and now to the Premier League and has been lucky enough to be in the England team. I think he will get better too.

In an announcement on the club’s website, he added: “I am very pleased to have signed a new long-term contract at West Ham. Everyone knows what this Club means to me, so committing my future until 2030 means a lot to me and my family.

“I loved every minute of my stay here. Winning the Europa Conference League in Prague was an incredible moment, scoring the winning goal in the last minute will be something I will cherish forever. It made us all want to experience this feeling again and again – we want to create more memories together, for our fantastic fans and for this fantastic football club.

The confirmation came after West Ham’s 2-2 draw with Newcastle, in which Mohammed Kudus came off the bench to score his first Premier League goal a minute from full time to snatch a point.

But Moyes was angry with referee Peter Bankes for awarding a free kick for Lucas Paqueta’s challenge on Sandro Tonali, which led to Alexander Isak’s opening goal.

The Hammers boss also felt Bruno Guimaraes could have received a second yellow card, having been booked moments earlier when he tripped James Ward-Prowse.

“Maybe it got away from us a bit, but I wouldn’t blame them for the referee’s decisions,” Moyes said. “It came from the free kick that brought home the first goal. I think on any other day this would not have been given.

“I thought it was quite tough for us, as was the early decision which could have been a second yellow card. I’m not going to say something that could get me in trouble. I just think it was a very tight.

Newcastle boss Eddie Howe has defended his Brazilian midfielder.

He said: “It’s one of those where he’s issued two challenges in quick succession, which probably makes them look worse than they are. I think it would have been incredibly hard.

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