David Moyes won’t want to stop there, though, with the knowledge that he needs to bolster his attacking options if his team are to take the next step and claim some sort of silverware.
Although a new striker remains a priority, Moyes does appear to be in the hunt for options across the front three, with Hull City gem Keane Lewis-Potter being a prime target.
West Ham will be hoping to replicate the success that former Hull forward Jarrod Bowen has had at the London Stadium by signing Lewis-Potter in the summer.
The asking price for the England winger has now been set at £75m by Moyes, which is incredible when you think of the 25-year-old’s rise to stardom.
The comparisons to the Belgium superstar are clear to see, with Lewis-Potter averaging 1.3 dribbles per game this season in the Championship, whilst also contributing an impressive 12 goals.
At just 21 years old, the future looks incredibly bright for the Hull maestro, and Moyes will be aiming to sell him the chance to appear in European competition next term.
With these statistics, Lewis-Potter appears to have the potential to follow in Bowen’s footsteps and become a success at West Ham if he does make the move to the Premier League.
Moyes should act sooner rather than later to bring him to east London, and he could possibly make the club a profit on the forward in a few years’ time.