Our transfer business last summer has to be the best we’ve done for many years.

It has contributed to what has so far been a hugely successful campaign, with a number of new faces making a big impact since signing.

The likes of Enner Valencia, Diafra Sakho, Alex Song and Morgan Amalfitano have all impressed, while the regular faces of James Tomkins, Andy Carroll and James Collins have also been on top their games.

But who has been the most (and least) influential for the Hammers this season? Joe Pavitt (@JoePav90) has put together some nifty graphics to show us just how much of an impact – or lack of – our players have made this season.

Amalftiano has the best Points Per Game ratio when playing a full 90 minutes (2.25) while, somewhat unsurprisingly, we appear to be a lot more effective when Kevin Nolan doesn’t start.

Carlton Cole and Joey O’Brien are West Ham’s most influential players.

Have a look at the images below and see just how important our big players have been for us so far this season…

Alex Song

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Diafra Sakho

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James Tomkins

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Carl Jenkinson

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Morgan Amalfitano

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James Collins

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Kevin Nolan

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Andy Carroll

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Joey O’Brien

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Carlton Cole

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