Jesse Lingard ensured he rounded off a fantastic West Ham debut as he scored twice in his new side’s 3-1 win over Aston Villa.
The Manchester United loanee had the most shots and the most touches of any Hammers player in the first 20 minutes.
But Lingard would have to wait for his goal, with Tomas Soucek firing David Moyes’ side in front after half time.
The midfielder, who has had a vital forward impact in recent weeks, blasted a powerful shot into the far corner of Emiliano Martinez’s net.
What’s more, Said Benrahma got the assist as the Algerian also continued his good recent form.
With Villa searching for an equaliser, Lingard came alive and netted after 56 minutes, the 28-year-old beating Martinez with a fantastic effort from the left side of the box.
Ollie Watkins did get a goal back, but Lingard capped off his debut with a second with another powerful effort.