Mediawatch - 4 September

With the summer transfer window having shut on Monday evening, reporting is now focused on the current international break and players' hopes of returning to Barclays Premier League action with a win.

That is certainly the case for two West Ham United players hoping to make their first competitive appearances of the 2014/15 season when the Hammers travel to Hull City on Monday 15 September.

The first is Carl Jenkinson, who has told the Daily Express how he cannot wait to pull on a Claret and Blue shirt for the first time - potentially alongside former Arsenal team-mate Alex Song - at the KC Stadium.

The second is Matt Jarvis, who was flying in pre-season before being slowed by a thigh injury. The winger is also set to return at Hull and told MailOnline he is relishing the opportunity to help the Hammers return to winning ways.

On a different subject, the Daily Telegraph is one of a number of media outlets to report on the start of production on a new film chronicling the life of the late, great Bobby Moore OBE. The movie, which will be released next summer to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the 1966 FIFA World Cup success, is being co-written and co-produced by TV presenter and West Ham supporter Matt Lorenzo.

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