Now that the January Transfer Window has ‘slammed shut’, we can finally sit back and admire the business done by the owners and Sam Allardyce.

We all knew that very little money would be spent, if any at all, and that we’d have to rely heavily on loan signings and free transfers to get through the rest of the season.

So the fact we managed to bring in seven players for next to nothing at all means we’ve arguably enjoyed a successful transfer window and can now look on with optimism and excitement at the prospect of surviving relegation from the Premier League.

The biggest arrivals were obviously the double capture of Antonio Nocerino and Marco Borriello from AC Milan and AS Roma respectively, while Pablo Armero from Napoli should prove to be a brilliant and very effective signing as cover for thew injured Joey O’Brien.

Going the other way, we saw the club pay up Razvan Rat‘s contract with immediate effect, while Modibo Maiga completed a very late move to QPR on loan until the end of the season.

Here’s a look at our January arrivals….

And our January departures…

And Hammers fans on Twitter have mixed feelings regarding the club’s transfer business in January…

What do you think of West Ham’s business in the January Transfer Window? Happy with the new arrivals, or do you think the club should have done more to strengthen the side? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.