Hammers boss David Moyes makes big new transfer statement after rumours over inactivity in the January window.
West Ham have been linked with a plethora of players in the January transfer window with Moyes on the hunt for at least one defender and a forward.
Hammers fans are expectant after the arrival of Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky, who has a net worth of over £4bn and access to £700m per year for investments.
West Ham supporters are not expecting – or necessarily wanting – to see lavish amounts spent on star names. After all the club has been there, done that and seen it does not necessarily work in the not too distant past.
But West Ham fans do want to see Moyes backed to sign the players he wants with the club pushing for the top four, in the last 16 of the Europa League and still in the hat for the FA Cup.
With 20 days left of the window, there is still time to get deals done.
But some West Ham fans have bemoaned the fact the club did not have targets lined up ready to move at the start of the month.
Indeed a number of recent media reports claim West Ham may not bring anyone in this month.
David Moyes makes big new transfer statement after rumours over West Ham inactivity
Now, speaking in his pre Norwich press conference, Moyes made a big new transfer statement after the rumours over West Ham’s inactivity.
“We’d like to add to our squad if we can and if we can find players who we think are suitable,” Moyes told reporters (whufc.com).
“We could do with some backup if we can get it.
“There’s never any guarantee in January the right players are gettable, but we’re certainly looking around.”