David Moyes admits that West Ham may well be active in the January transfer window.
The Hammers have yet to do any business in the first week of the window and the boss has previously said that he would only dip into the market if a player departed the club.
However, it now appears that Moyes may well have changed his tune, as he confirmed that the Irons may well look to add to their squad before the deadline.
The Irons have been scouting for a potential right-back signing, should Vlad Coufal choose to depart in this window, and there is also a general lack of depth in central midfield.
Speaking ahead of this weekend’s FA Cup clash with Brentford, Moyes told reporters, as per Football.London: “We still might be active if we can. Ultimately, the club spent a lot in the summer time, ideally we’re not trying to bring in so many players. They’re still trying to get used to us ourselves but it depends on our situation.”
It remains to be seen if Moyes will look to add via transfers or loans, but we are aware that there isn’t a great deal of cash available for the manager to spend.