West Ham's injury issues are all knock-on effects from last season, with the quintet all sidelined at the tail-end of 2016-17.
"He's my coach. I'm trying to make my point to Gareth Southgate".
"I did want a permanent move so I could set my life up, but it wasn't to be".
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All Hart does say is: "I'm a West Ham player now - that's all I think about".
'I can not be any more grateful for the opportunity they have given me.
"I spread myself for the ball and get hit in the face a lot but this is the first time it's marked me".
The Croatian joined the Hammers during the summer of 2015 and was impressive during his first season as manager, leading the club to a seventh place finish in the Premier League and Europa League qualification.
But if he is going to be England's first-choice keeper in Russian Federation next summer, he has plenty of competition, with World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovakia coming up next month.
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"I can adapt to whatever my manager wants".
Hart made no secret of his preference for a permanent move rather than another loan this summer, but found a tough market waiting for him when he returned from Serie A. He is, however, clearly delighted that West Ham have offered him a route back to the Premier League. This definitely fits this criteria.
He added: "I've always said the standard of keepers in England is very high". [Tom] Heaton has been nothing short of a miracle for Burnley with his performances.
"It's a job at the end of the day but there are a lot of us, myself included, who just love playing football and I'm just lucky that it's my job". That's their problem. My feelings for them will never change. They took me as a 19-year-old boy from Shrewsbury Town, took something of a punt on me and I've had some fantastic times there and built some really great relationships.
"Whether people want to say good things about me, whether they want to say bad, whether they want to pick me, whether they don't, I just want play football so I have to put things to one side". If going on loan is what needs to happen then for me that's fine.
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'I want to go there and I want to win, that's all I want to do, whichever side of Manchester it is and whichever side of England it is, I'm going there to win'.