West Ham United are up to fifth in the Premier League table.
Supporters are beginning to get excited, with their club recovering from a tricky start to record some fantastic results.
David Moyes’s side have had a very testing run in the Premier League, already facing the likes of Arsenal, Wolves, Leicester City, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.
The Irons have taken 17 points, and are actually only four points off top spot at the moment, which is a remarkable achievement.
Despite the promising signs, West Ham will surely need to spend in January if they are to maintain a good level through to the end of the season.
And one man who has been linked with a move to the London Stadium, is Amadou Diawara.
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Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek is a brilliant partnership, but West Ham lack depth in terms of centre midfield options.
Bringing in Diawara, a combative and mobile player, would be a signal of intent from Moyes, who will be really hoping to build on the club’s positive start.
The star was tipped as a possible incoming at Arsenal before the Gunners landed Thomas Partey, and the player’s agent claimed there was plenty of interest in his client in the summer (Goal).
If West Ham want to finish in the top 10 or go even further than that, they’ll sign the exciting 11-cap Guinea international in January.