In the end, David Moyes’ West Ham team benefitted from the summer transfer window, yet it seems that the east Londoners aren’t quite finished acquiring players.

Football Insider sources claim that the Hammers are pursuing two more signings, including a striker, while the free agent market is still open.

After allowing Gianluca Scamacca to depart the club earlier in the window, Moyes is currently only able to rely on Michail Antonio and Danny Ings up front.

Should either front man get injured, that could cause problems for a club that were flying high at the top of the Premier League table after their win over Luton Town on Friday night.

Jesse Lingard is still training with the club and, in the absence of any other offers for the player, it would appear likely at this stage that the former Man United ace will get the short-term deal he’s arguably been working towards at West Ham, a club where he enjoyed a productive loan spell in 2021 before deciding against a permanent move.

It isn’t clear who might be available to take Scamacca’s place at this point, but given that the season is already three games old, it’s in West Ham’s best interests to get things moving quickly in that regard.

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