Boring Boring West Ham.
Although English manager Sam Allardyce kept the London club in the Premier League for another season, fans have been disgruntled in the Hammers’ defensive style of play.
However ‘Big Sam’ has promised to change his ways and usher in a new era of attacking football, convincing the board to keep him for another season.
And he has already started the revolution with the purchase of Argentine trickster Mauro Zarate, who impressed during his time at Birmingham City in 2008 which convinced the likes of Lazio and Inter Milan to sign the 27-year-old.
They will however need a few more stars to dazzle their unsatisfied supporters, and the FIFA World Cup offers the perfect opportunity for the Hammers board to scout for attacking talent.
We take a look into Group B, where defending-champions Spain look to compete with Australia, Holland, and Chile to advance into the knock-out stages.
Here are SIX World Cup stars West Ham should sign from Group B.