West Ham have made one of the best starts to a league campaign and this has largely been down to the brilliance of Dimitri Payet.
The 28-year-old has made only a few appearances for France since his debut in 2010. However, he was hoping that his good form with West Ham might see him get back into the national team on a consistent basis. Returning to the international fold will especially be important for the 28-year-old given that the upcoming Euro 2016 will be held on home soil.Payet has been impressive in the opening six games of the league.
Manager Slaven Bilic has built the team aroundPayet with the French international supporters by the likes of Sakho and Victor Moses. There is a lot of competition within the national team, but the recent downturn in form was expected to help lesser-known players likePayet. After suffering defeats in back-to-back friendly matches in June, manager Didier Deschamps has been able to get on the form back on track with two victories over Portugal and Serbia in this month. Only friendlies await the team between now and Euro 2016. Hence, they are likely to be extremely important in terms of preparation. France face the likes of Denmark, Germany, and Armenia in the next few matches.
“I find it difficult to understand what he wants from me. Because I am giving everything and I am in the best form of my career.I do not understand what more I can do, even if I can always get better. I get the feeling that it is more difficult for some people than others. But I do not understand,” said the midfielder, who will be extremely disappointed if he does not get a call up at least for the next squad announced by the manager.