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Joe Hart: 'West Ham United are a really dangerous team'

Hart: 'West Ham are really dangerous'
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Joe Hart believes that West Ham United are "really dangerous team" thanks in no small part to the upturn in form of strike pair Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic.

Joe Hart has claimed that West Ham United have become a "really dangerous team" thanks largely to the upturn in form of Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic.

The Hammers sit six points clear of the Premier League's bottom three thanks to a win and a draw in their last two games.

Arnautovic scored a brace in the 3-0 win over Southampton on March 31, while Hernandez bagged the equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Chelsea last time out.

"We're definitely a really dangerous team," Hart told the club's website. "Marko is in absolutely fantastic form for us after a difficult start to his West Ham career, but since then he's been our standout player. I'm really pleased for him because he's a really good guy.

"Chicha (Hernandez) is just a top, top professional. He's a goalscorer. It's been different for him, especially with internationals and travelling the length and breadth of the world, so we weren't able to get him on the bench last weekend, but he's come off the bench this time around and got a goal he deserved.

"He's a top player. There is no fluke to his career or fluke to him winning all those medals. People don't get given medals – I know that for a fact and so does Chicha."

West Ham's Premier League run-in features games against Stoke City, Arsenal, Manchester City, Leicester City, Manchester United and Everton.

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