Date: 3rd July 2017 at 5:49pm
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Three years ago today, Aaron became a Hammer after he signed from Ipswich Town in a deal worth £3.75 million.

In his three seasons with the , the now 27-year-old has made 118 appearances and scored 4 times. Such have been his displays, Cresswell earned his first England call-up in November last year, making his debut for the Three Lions in a thrilling 2-2 draw with Spain at Wembley. He recently earned his second cap for his country in England’s narrow 3-2 defeat to France last month.

A hit with the fans and players – being named both the Player’s AND Hammer of the Year in his debut season for the club – Cresswell has established himself as an important member of ’s .

Out through injury for the first few months of last season, the Englishman had his worst season in terms of game time for in 16/17, however he will be certainly looking ahead to the new campaign as a fresh start.

“Pre-season is part and parcel of and I’m looking forward to getting back and putting in the hard work to give myself a platform for the new League season.” said Cresswell on whufc.com.