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Martin Jol, the former West Ham boss, told The Independent that the club might have been lucky to have him at the helm and that the arrival of John Terry has boosted morale.
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He said: “I never say that, but the fact is we have good players, we have quality. And I think that will keep on growing.
“We have good players already and when we bought Juan (Martinez) on loan it meant that we had competition. But the quality we have is already there and we have some very, very good players already.
“But the key thing is to keep on improving. I’m not saying that we are going to lose our title, but we’ve got to keep improving and make sure we are on the right wavelength.
“It’s a good base to build on, but we’ve got to make sure that we keep progressing. If we keep improving, I’m sure we will be able to keep on improving.”
Martin Jol has spoken of the impact Juan Manuel Martinez’s arrival at the club has had
The former Chelsea manager also said that he thinks current head coach Kevin Keegan will be back in the dugout next season as his successor.
He said: “He was saying at the end of the last season that there’s only one team that really matters in this division and that’s the champions coming back over to Stamford Bridge, I thought he was right.
“He came in last year as head coach and he will come back as head coach, and I think that’s what he’s got to do, I think he’s got to get back into that club and continue to build on what has been the foundation of the club over the past few years.
“Every day I think there’s something new coming in the club, so we’re going to have to get on with building on what’s been built up over the last three or four years, as well as moving forward.”
Asked about the impact that Juan Manuel Martinez’s arrival at West