West Ham striker Andy Carroll is reportedly facing up to six weeks around the sidelines as a consequence of injury.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is losing patience with Andy Carroll following the injury-prone striker's newest setback.
Carroll is reportedly facing up to six weeks around the sidelines right after Bilic confirmed the England international will be out of action because of injury.
The 27-year-old had played in West Ham's 2-1 loss to Chelsea last week but was absent for the club's 1-0 win at household to Bournemouth on Sunday.
Speaking about Carroll, Bilic bemoaned: "I will sign now the contract if his injury is 4 weeks or six weeks and, immediately after that, good till the finish on the season. I'll take it.
"Andy is Andy. He's devoted now to training, to almost everything, it is a significant blow for us, a huge query mark also and major aggravation with these things which are happening to him.
"The worst scenario is any time you strategy, then you cannot count on him. All of the time."
Earlier, Carroll had gone on Twitter to vent his frustration, even though he insisted he is "still the 15-20 goal man!"