West Ham manager David Moyes says he is delighted with his side’s 2-1 win over Luton Town in the Premier League that took them top of the league.
Jarrod Bowen continued his fine start to the season with a goal, becoming the first West Ham United player in more than 10 years to score in his first three games of the campaign.
Captain Kurt Zouma then got the second before the visitors threatened to take a point after Mads Andersen headed in to make it 21, but the Hammers held on for victory.
Manager David Moyes was delighted with his players, especially the new signings and said he had to check his phone to see if more would be coming in before the transfer window shuts.
The West Ham manager said: “I thought the midfielder was fantastic and it was difficult because we missed Soucek today but James and Alvarez were in class. I have to say the two boys were good.”
Pressed on if he would be looking to add to the squad before the window shuts, he jokingly said. “I have to see on my phone and see what is on there.”
The Hammers are looking to excel in the Premier League and have a great campaign in the Europa League where they qualified through winning the Europa Conference League last time out.
The signing of Mohammed Kudus who made his debut late on has excited fans as well as Paqueta who exuded calmness in the middle third and his vision to deliver the ball for the Hammers will be pivotal to their campaign.