West Ham are still looking for a striker to replace the departed Sebastien Haller, but David Moyes remained tight-lipped on who that player may be. The Hammers manager was honest in his appraisal of the January transfer window in general saying “it has never been a great window, nobody has got time to do business.” West Ham, however, are trying to recruit players to fill the gap left by the sale of two experienced players.
David Moyes said “We have just lost Robert Snodgrass and Seb Haller so we are aware we are two senior players down from where we were a few weeks ago, We have had one or two offers for players either been rejected or they are not available or the clubs want too much money in our eyes, so it is not as if we are not trying to improve on it [the squad], but if we don’t get anybody in then that’s the way it is going to be, but it is a transfer window and we are out there trying, Antonio has missed half of the season with two different hamstring injuries but Moyes believes the striker is dealing with his body well. I think Mick has been managing himself in the games well. I don’t think he is at full tilt at the moment, but I think he is doing well, and I know there are another couple of gears for him to go into. We have got a really good squad at the moment, we have players who are really contributing, whether it be in the starting XI or the boys coming off the bench they have done really well.”
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