West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has revealed that the club are “going to try” to get another signing on board ahead of next week’s transfer deadline.
The Hammers have been active in the market this summer, snapping up ten players to bolster their squad and prepare for European football.
Jonathan Calleri’s loan move to the London Stadium was recently made official, but since then the Irons have been dealt an injury blow in the shape of Andy Carroll being ruled out for up to six weeks.
Bilic has recently suggested that he wants more signings and the Croatian has now once again hinted that deals are being chased.
“Are we going to try to get one? We’re going to try to get one if possible.” He told West Ham’s official website.
“The Chairman is going to be very generous, I think, and we’re going to get one if we can find a proper one, but they’re very hard to find.
“I’m going to speak to the Chairman and our Head of Recruitment on Monday morning and if we can get one, it has to be a good one. If we don’t get one, I have lads who are going to fight for West Ham, big time!”
West Ham have made notable moves this summer, with Sofiane Feghouli’s free transfer from Valencia and the club-record £20.5m capture of Andre Ayew arguably their standout deals.
Bilic’s side secured their maiden three-point haul of the season on Sunday as they beat Bournemouth 1-0 in their first league match at their new London Stadium home.