That is around £56,000 per year so or just over £1,000 per week.
His team mate and former Hammer Jermain Defoe meanwhile earned $6,180,000 for the same season at Toronto.
MLS wages are published every season by the players union and it demonstrates that in value for money terms the Hammers have picked up an ultra bargain!.
Although Henry’s Irons deal is clearly worth considerably more than £56,000 per year it still represents terrific value in a league where the average Premier League footballer earns £35,000 per week (£1.8m per year).
A source told ClaretandHugh: “Doneil is a great prospect and serious value for money. We think he is one for next season but could play at a push.”