England goalkeeper Joe Hart has joined West Ham United on a season-long loan from Premier League rivals Manchester City, the London club reported on Tuesday.
The 30-year-old played for Torino in Italy's Serie A keep going season on credit.
"It's vital for me to play football, and to get the chance to come here and play is totally amazing," he disclosed to West Ham TV.
"To be playing in the Premier League for a major club like West Ham, I'm truly anticipating the season," included the player, will's identity rejoined with previous City fullback Pablo Zabaleta at the Hammers.
Hart won the Premier League twice with Manchester City, and has been topped 71 times by England, yet dropped out of support after Pep Guardiola assumed control as chief.
In spite of the fact that he won't play against City in the class, Hart could confront his parent club when Aug 4 out of a pre-season benevolent match in Iceland.
West Ham's season begins against Manchester United at Old Trafford nine days after the fact
I've clearly left Manchester City on advance this season, however the club all in all, particularly the supporters, have dependably been phenomenal to me," said Hart. "I'd never show signs of change how I feel about that club, as it'll generally be an exceptionally extraordinary club to me.
"It'll be enjoyable to play against them since I'll be prohibited with regards to the real season, while I'm certain Manchester United will welcome me with open arms in the event that I get approval and begin the season away at Old Trafford."
Media reports have shown that City will pay some portion of Hart's wages under the arrangement.
West Ham completed last season in eleventh place under Croatian chief Slaven Bilic