West Ham out-of-sorts striker Marko Arnautovic is not worried about his future at the Premier League club.
The Austria international arrived from Stoke City last summer in a club-record deal but has thus far failed to justify the trust and repay the investment in London-based club.
Arnautovic failed to score a single goal in seven Premier League appearances and gained plenty of criticism for apparent lack of effort in a West Ham shirt.
The British media have suggested that new Hammers boss David Moyes has been given a green light to sell Arnautovic this winter in order to raise money to boost his squad with a midfielder and defender, but former Stoke City star rules out the idea of his being sold.
“A (player like) Marko won’t get sold”, the 28-year-old striker told Austrian media at the international training camp in Marbella.
David Moyes is urged to try and get the best out of his out-of-sorts star but has already told his players that he will have little tolerance for any potential lack of effort from his players.
West Ham travel to Watford when Premier League returns to action following the international break and Marko Arnautovic can be backed at 13/4 to score for Hammers.
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