"That was part of the thought process, but it's a short career and I love football. I didn't really stand a chance of playing at my previous club, so there was no point hanging around. "I want to play for a team that wants me, wants me to play and I want to give that back to them." Hart said he would have preferred a permanent deal but maintains he is fully committed to every team he plays, for no matter the contract situation.
West Ham new loan signing Joe Hart aims to get regular game time to ensure he continues as England's first choice. https://t.co/Uv2EkWMP91July 27, 2017
#JoeHart's loan move to @WestHamUtd aimed at cementing his first-choice spot for @England #PremierLeague https://t.co/ZQ4l8HdUmK — FirstpostSports (@FirstpostSports) July 27, 2017"It's a hard one to work out for me. I'd love to be permanent at a club, but that's not the case, I'll have to go out on loan again which isn't difficult for me because I give 100 percent wherever I am," Hart said. "I'm 150 percent committed to West Ham - they're the only team for me. West Ham and the national team are the only teams I care about this season." Hart has yet to make his debut for West Ham but could feature in their upcoming pre-season match against Germany's Werder Bremen on Friday.