West Ham boss David Moyes talks about the possibility of new signings in the January transfer window however he is fully satisfied with the current players on the squad.
's 1-0 victory againstEverton
ended their four winless-streak and move them within seven points of the league leadersLiverpool
believes his squad are starting to work well together as a team after pulling five points out of their last three matches which represents a reasonable tally.
With the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the club, David Moyes does not expect West Ham to be too active in the upcoming transfer window in January and is prepared to stick with the same players for the rest of the season.
“I think if the right things were there we would try but we are very aware there has been no money coming through the club so everyone should be aware there isn’t the money to do deals,”
“We aren’t ready yet to compete with the top boys but we are putting on a good show when we are playing them. We are coming close.
“We went to Goodison and got a result, which shows how well the players are playing.
“I couldn’t praise the players enough, having to play their third game in six days.
“They have done an incredible job and the level of their fitness and professionalism to be in the best condition is a great credit to them.
“We have added to the squad and those players are contributing. If they don’t contribute they get left aside but when they are coming they are making contributions.”