According to a report from the Guardian, West Ham boss David Moyes is now working on bringing another striker to the club after sealing a deal to sign Jesse Lingard on loan.
The Hammers are in great shape at the moment.
We have made our best start to a top flight season for over 35 years.
Moyes’s men are currently sitting in fifth spot in the Premier League table and are just six points adrift of league leaders Manchester City.
If West Ham are to maintain that form, however, Moyes undoubtedly needs to sign a centre-forward before the transfer window slams shut.
David Moyes eyeing another signing?
The Hammers cannot rely solely on Michail Antonio between now and the end of the season.
The Guardian claims that David Moyes is eyeing another signing having secured Lingard on loan for the rest of the season.
Quite who Moyes wants to sign is a mystery, however.
West Ham have been linked with at least 20 strikers since selling Sebastien Haller to Ajax three weeks ago.
The key will be bringing in someone who works hard and plays in a similar style to Michail Antonino.
The 30-year-old is so important to the way in which we play. And if West Ham can sign another striker in a similar mould to Michy, we will have a great chance of finishing inside the top six this season.