It has been a difficult season for West Ham United forward Andy Carroll.
The 29-year-old has only scored three Premier League goals this term, while he was recently sent home from training following a heated argument with head coach David Moyes.
Indeed, Carroll was furious not to be involved in the recent home defeat to Manchester City, and proceeded to storm down the tunnel once Moyes had made his third and final change.
Some would argue that Carroll is not really in a position to be reacting in such a manner considering his struggles this season, but there are those that feel that the striker should be in the first XI when fit.
The former Liverpool forward said in a recent interview that he was delighted with the reaction from the West Ham fans when he appeared against Leicester City at the weekend.
However, it seems that a number of the club’s supporters are finding it difficult to understand why the forward, who is rated at £9m by transfermarkt.co.uk, received a positive reaction at the King Power Stadium.
A selection of the Twitter reaction can be seen below:
"Saturday was brilliant. For me personally, coming on after they were singing my name while I was warming up on the touchline was nice to hear."https://t.co/HSXVInBwKc
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) May 9, 2018
Pitty u dont show the same loyalty andy carroll
— Gary Witchell (@galzas96) May 9, 2018
Don’t even know why people were singing his name….
— Charlie Levy ⚒ (@CharlieLevy92) May 9, 2018
— dan hunter (@deathcabdan) May 9, 2018
Is he advertising shampoo there?
— D D (@DarrenDilliway) May 9, 2018
Unleash him v Utd.
— Steveh’⚒🇬🇧 (@StevehWhu) May 9, 2018
Damaged ear drum , out for the season
— Angolan Saxon (@Bartolo72301474) May 9, 2018