West Ham will now be focusing on a busy summer transfer window after reaching the end of a campaign that has left many feeling disappointed.
The Hammers spent the majority of the season hovering at the wrong end of the Premier League standings, flirting with relegation, and only an improvement in form in the latter months of the campaign saved the east London side from Championship football next season.
Plenty of focus will now be orientated around the next few months in the transfer market, where West Ham will be eyeing a wealth of additions, but the Hammers need to prepare themselves for disappointment in one particular chase.
The Mirror states England international Jack Wilshere, who has been heavily linked with a move to West Ham on a free transfer, is set to sign a new deal with Arsenal.
England World Cup hopeful Wilshere has seen his future attract plenty of speculation over the course of the last few months as he was said to be unhappy with the terms offered by the Gunners.
However, it’s now reported that Arsenal have increased their offer to Wilshere, who’s battling to earn a spot in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the World Cup in Russia, and the 26-year-old is expected to remain at the Emirates Stadium.