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The 28-year-old Manchester United loanee left Old Trafford in January for a reunion with former Red Devils boss David Moyes at the Hammers.
And Lingard's form at West Ham has been nothing short of sensational as the Premier League club continues to push for Champions League football next season.
The West Ham player's scintillating form has earned him praise from fans as they are thrilled with his career revival.
"Something must have been holding him back at Man U. He is top tier," one fan said.
Someone else tweeted: "I'm so pleased for him. I'm sorry his tenure at Man U ended. I want him to [play] well and he has taken this opportunity and is thriving. Good to see."
A third fan wrote: "I went from being a hater to a fan."
And a fourth added: "Lingard is giving me [Dimitri] Payet vibes at West Ham."
Goals from Lingard, Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen in the first half sealed all three points for West Ham at the Molineux.
Speaking of Lingard's performance, Moyes admitted that he told the United loanee how well he played.
The 57-year-old Scotsman said at full-time: "I was telling him how well he has played.
"I'm probably a manager who doesn't say that very often, but he deserved that after his performance."
West Ham are currently fourth in the Premier League and are one point clear of London rivals Chelsea.
The Hammers will return to action on Sunday as they host Leicester City at the London Stadium.
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