But, there are some concerns.
After our summer spending splurge, in which the board kept their promise to spend more cash than the club had ever done in a previous transfer window, it remains to be seen if further additions to the playing staff are made come the opening of the January transfer window.
According to the popular news source, the Daily Mail, moves are already afoot to further strengthen the squad.
Our referenced source is reporting that the Hammers are considering making a move for the Greek international striker, Kostas Mitroglou.
The name might sound familiar to those that take a keen interest in London football as the player has previously been on the books of Fulham Football Club, however, his spell at Craven Cottage was far from successful with the strikers’ spell in English football hit by injuries.
Now 30-years-of-age, Mitroglou is currently on the books of the French side, Marseille, after enjoying spells at Olympiacos and Benfica.
The suggestion is that Mitroglou would come to West Ham initially on loan with a view to the move becoming permanent.
To us, here at Vital West Ham, that makes perfect sense. We need to appraise whether the striker can cut the mustard in the Premier league before parting with any serious cash, memories of last season and the panic buy of Jordan Hugill still haunt us.