As the summer transfer window approaches, we take a look at three of the best signings made by current manager David Moyes during his time at the club…

Joao Mario

When David Moyes replaced Slaven Bilic during his first spell in charge, he made a number of January signings to help steer the club away from the relegation zone.

One player that stood out in particular for Moyes, although often went under the radar, was on loan midfielder Joao Mario.

Although his time spent with the Hammers was cut short due to West Ham not extending his contract into a permanent deal, his dominant midfield displays showed why he was a top signing.

The Portugal international has had successful spells in Europe as well, and it was a shame that he couldn’t further unlock his true potential under Moyes.

Tomas Soucek 

When Tomas Soucek signed for West Ham, initially on loan in January 2020 before moving permanently in the summer, many didn’t know what to expect from the Czech Republic international.

However, Soucek took the Premier League by storm, becoming one of the most influential midfielders across most English clubs and helping West Ham reach a Europa League spot.

His 10 goals and formidable partnership with Declan Rice has been instrumental ever since and, despite rumours that he could be sold, Soucek is a key player within Moyes’ setup.

Jarrod Bowen 

Finally, one of the best signings David Moyes has made at West Ham is, of course, Jarrod Bowen, who signed for £20million in 2020 from Championship side Hull City.

Since arriving at the London Stadium, Bowen has been instrumental in helping the Hammers become an established Premier League side that can compete in Europe.

This season especially he has been phenomenal, scoring 18 goals and producing 13 assists in all competitions. To top it off, he was called up to the England squad this month.

David Moyes has definitely done an incredible job with Bowen, and hopefully he continues to play like he has been at the club for many more seasons.

Honourable mentions: 

Craig Dawson, Vladimir Coufal, Said Benrahma