When we’re in a situation like this, it’s important to keep looking up and focus on as many positives as we can.
His performances never seem to stray outside the upward curve that he’s been on ever since his senior debut and he could be be instrumental as England take on Europe this summer.
But he has a much bigger task to complete first in keeping us up and let’s look on the bright side once more, we aren’t in the bottom three at the end of the weekend.
Below is the pick of the Twitter posts as fellow West Ham fans shared the love for Rice when reacting to his post-match Tweet…
My midfielder ❤️ pic.twitter.com/fYntj92rUy
— Morgan Seatter (@morgan_seatter) March 7, 2020
Amazing performance as always Decs ⚒❤️
— 🇺🇸⚒WHUFC 🔛🔝🔜 (@whufc_andrew) March 7, 2020
Man of the Match by a long way today.
But can you do as a favour and make sure there is plenty of shooting practice for your fellow players this week as some of those missed chances were shocking. Plus also tell Moyes to be more proactive on substitution! #gutted #WHUFC
— PMarshall (@pbm1968) March 7, 2020
I love you dec⚒⚒⚒
You played well dec, we didn’t get the result 😪 but you can hold your head up high ⚒️⚒️
— James (@JamesHoulden98) March 7, 2020
Played for the badge yet again
— Andy Wrate (@andy_wrate) March 7, 2020
You were heroic in the second half, Dec. All the lads should be proud of the effort you put in. Shame there was no reward at the end, deserved all three and should have got the point.
— ⚒️Dave the Machine (@Dave_themachine) March 7, 2020
You gave it everything you had just a shame the luck didn’t go our way
— Niftynoble (@niftynoble) March 7, 2020