West Ham and manager David Moyes have confirmed their first summer signing this week, and now they’re eager to add more to the squad over the coming weeks and months.

The Hammers have announced their first signing of the summer transfer window, as Nayef Aguerd joined from French side Rennes for £30million on Monday.

He becomes the club’s third most expensive transfer signing in their history, but reports have suggested that Moyes is willing to add to that summer spending spree.

According to several sources, the Hammers are linked with the likes of Armando Broja, James Ward-Prowse, Jesse Lingard, David Raum and many more, as the club look to add to their squad depth for next season.

This is a huge improvement from the past few transfer windows, where West Ham have struggled to recruit players that could have helped build on the previous campaign’s success.

The Hammers are yet to replace club-record signing Sebastien Haller, who left the club three transfer windows ago – leaving the team with just one experienced forward in Michail Antonio.

Now, however, it seems like Moyes wants to recruit up to six players this summer, as the Hammers head into another European campaign for the 2022/23 season.

This turnaround in both their willingness to spend the transfer budget and proactivity in getting negotiations started is largely refreshing for West Ham supporters and it will go a long way in helping to build on this already talented squad.

It is important that West Ham and Moyes keep up this attitude going into the latter stages of the window, and it is even more imperative that the owners continue to back their manager.

These are exciting times for all Hammers across the globe, and now the club have to act fast in order to get some shrewd business completed before other clubs begin to catch on.