Andy Carroll has had a frustrating few years at West Ham United due to injuries.
The striker has struggled to have a consistent runout in the team since he joined the club permanently from Liverpool in 2013.
A mixture of hamstring, knee, foot and groin problems have blighted his progress, limiting him to 31 Premier League starts since 2015.
This season so far, Carroll has featured four times in the top flight, and three of those were from the starting spot.
No goals have been scored by the striker in a competitive setting, but he showed what he was capable of in a recent training session.
The club captured a video of the 28-year-old guiding the ball into the top corner from a free kick position.
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) October 12, 2017
Not everyone revelled in Carroll’s skill, with a number of fans demanding that the forward performs to this standard in matches.
Decent, do it against Burnley?
— Ross Field ⚒ (@Rossfield16) October 12, 2017
How about he does that in a game🤔
— Alex (@wrighty1973) October 12, 2017
Do this on Sat please 👍
— Big Huuuuvy (@bigjuvy17) October 12, 2017
Funny how he can only do this in training
— Champagne ⚒ (@ChampagneForbes) October 13, 2017
Yh, but can he do that in a game?
— Euan Rourke (@Euan_Rourke8) October 12, 2017
All these amazing goals in training yet in a league match no one shoots
— Peter Tomkins (@Tomkins112) October 12, 2017
Time to Stop living in the past with Carroll, we need a striker that stays fit & delivers regular goals!
— John B Sheffield (@jaybs) October 12, 2017
The Hammers, who sit 15th in the Premier League table, will take on Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday.