David Moyes says West Ham United are unlikely to make any signings in the January transfer window unless injury forces their hand, writes the WestHamZone.
The Hammers signed nine players in the summer transfer window to bolster their squad ahead of a European charge following their Europa League semi-final run, but have struggled this season and sit just one point above the relegation zone.
However while appearing on talkSPORT (20 December) and speaking to host Jim White, Moyes shared that there are no plans to make more signings in January unless they’re forced to make a move through injury.
“Nah, I don’t think we will,” he shared.
“Because I have to say the board did really well by us and spent a good amount of money in the summer, we brought in nine new players, which is more than anybody would want to do, really.
“But we needed it because we’ve got a European campaign again and because of the amount of games we played in the year before. Even this season I think we’ve played more games than any other Premier League team at this stage of the season, so we needed to add those players.
“But January will probably be a no, unless we need something through injury or someone comes available.
“But, in truth, I don’t see us doing much business, no.”