West Ham are looking to bring in another two players following the signing of striker Danny Ings, according to reports.
The Hammers signed the 30-year-old striker last week and he picked up an injury in his debut during the win against Everton.
An insider reports the club were keen on buying two forwards this window and that remains the case, as well as centre-back, but know it will be tough.
West Ham would ideally like to bring in two more players after Danny Ings’ arrival and Craig Dawson’s departure.
Gianluca Scamacca is now injured as well as Ings, this has only increased West Ham’s wishes for another attacker.
Antonio would be allowed to leave if a bid of over £10m comes in and an alternative can be snapped up.
Moyes and director of football Mark Noble remain keen on Lorient star Terem Moffi. The Irons have reportedly bid for him but the Nigerian international seems to want to stay in Ligue 1. Marseille and Nice are leading the battle for his signature.
West Ham may reportedly also look to sign a replacement for Craig Dawson.
The cult hero said an emotional farewell to the club as he moved to Wolves and the Hammers could bring in a new centre-back.
Micheal Keane has fallen out of favour at Everton and he is someone Moyes likes. However, the Toffees could be against selling to West Ham as they don’t want to strengthen a relegation rival.
Fulham’s Tosin Adarabioyo has been linked with West Ham but Marco Silva appears keen on keeping him at the club despite his minutes being restricted this term.
Tottenham are looking to offload right-wing-back Djed Spence on loan and the Hammers are one of a number of teams supposedly monitoring him.
Moyes’ team has looked solid when using a formation involving wing-backs and Spence would offer more going forward than Vladimir Coufal or Ben Johnson.