The recent rise of Sonny Perkins and sensational form of Armstrong Okoflex has been incredible to watch for the West Ham fans this season.
And we think that the talented young duo could end up saving Hammers boss David Moyes tens of millions int he transfer market.
The Scot will undoubtedly be looking at bolstering his attacking ranks.
First and foremost, he needs to sign at least one top-class centre-forward.
But with Andriy Yarmolenko nearing the end of his West Ham career and Said Benrahma set to head off to the Africa Cup of Nations with Algeria in the New Year, the addition of at least one winger or attacking midfielder may well be needed as well.
That could be a very expensive transfer window for the Hammers. But we may well have an internal solution.
West Ham youngsters Sonny Perkins and Armstrong Okoflex could save Moyes millions
At just 17 and 19, the young Hammers attacking duo have such bright futures ahead of them in the game.
Perkins has been in fine form for West Ham United’s youth teams so far this season.
The talented young attacker has bagged four goals in four games for the under-18s this season and has scored five in eight for the under-23s (Transfermarkt).
He has been rewarded for his fine form with a call-up to the senior squad for our away Europa League clash against Rapid Vienna tonight.
Meanwhile, Okoflex has been sensational for the under-23s this season.
The Dublin born ace has scored 10 goals in just 13 games for the under-23s this season.
The former Celtic ace already looks like he’s ready to make the step up to the senior squad.
Okoflex didn’t look out of place one little bit when playing for the first-team during pre-season.
The thought of Perkins linking up with Okoflex for the senior team should be a really exciting one for the West Ham fans.
The Hammers have a very bright future ahead. With players like Perkins and Okoflex coming through the ranks, Moyes’s job should be a whole lot easier than it otherwise would have been.
And the talented teenage duo could end up saving the Scot millions in the transfer market over the next few years.