Javier Hernandez left West Ham to join Sevilla on European Deadline Day and to say the least, there has been plenty of mixed emotions about the move. 

The 31-year-old scored 17 times in 63 appearances for West Ham but failed to hold down a starting position on a regular basis.

Hernandez wanted more and handed in a transfer request to join Sevilla, whilst also taking a massive pay-cut down to £75,000 per week, according to Football.London.

Some are happy that West Ham were able to get his gargantuan salary off the weekly wage bill but others are now deeply concerned with how few striking options the Hammers have left.

In fact, the general feeling behind the move is confusion because West Ham now have just Sebastien Haller and Albian Ajeti to select up-front, leaving them vulnerable to an injury crisis.

Here are some further tweets from some disgruntled West Ham fans.