West Ham have faced a lot of criticism during recent transfer windows, as a number of their recruits have failed to impress and have often only spent a minimal amount of time with the Hammers.
Recently departed Andre Ayew is the latest evidence of this, with the Ghanian international arriving from Swansea City for what was previously a club-record fee but failing to secure regular football in East London- and returning to South Wales in January.
Fans will hope that those days are now behind the club though as co-chairman David Sullivan has revealed a major restructure behind the scenes is being planned, with manager David Moyes then lifting the lid with his comments.
“Hopefully we’ll find ways of churning it back out and trying to make decisions which are right,”
“They have signed an awful lot of good players here, a lot of good players – Manuel Lanzini, Marko Arnautovic – so there’s no criticism, but we’re going to set up something that hopefully gives us another look. It’s going to come a little bit away from the chairman. The chairman is going to try to stand aside a bit from it.”
It certainly seems that Moyes is happy with the changes and his comments suggest he’s in for the long haul, despite claims last week that the Hammers were looking to make a change.