West Ham fans might not get their wish of seeing Carlos Tevez play for the club once again after the Argentine striker admitted that he’s finding it difficult to motivate himself to continue his playing career.



Carlos Tevez is at the veteran stage of his career and he’s presently without a club after leaving boyhood team Boca Juniors in his native Argentina this year. Several West Ham fans have called for his signing on a short-term dealwith the club short of recognised strikers in the first team. Jamaican international Michail Antonio is the only recognised striker in the West Ham United first team squad.

Tevez played just one season for the Hammers at the start of his career and his qualitywas evident as the club escaped relegation on the final day of the season. Carlos Tevez scored seven goals and added four assists to help the Hammers escape relegation at the end of the 2006/07 season.

Tevez admitted to the lack of motivation for football in an interview with ESPN. The 37-year-old striker stated that he’s in a struggle to find the desire to continue his football career.

Carlos Tevez started his career in Europe at West Ham United before he went on to represent the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City. Tevez starred for the Hammers in his lone season at the club as pointed out earlier before moving to the Red Devils in the summer of 2007. He enjoyed a few titles during his two-year spell at Manchester United before moving to rivals Manchester City in 2009.The Argentine striker moved to Juventus in the Italian Serie A at the end of his Premier League career.

Tevez and Boca Juniors parted company in June and it remains to be seen if the striker will continue his professional career.