The Hammers have had a busy week already, first confirming that Croatian Slaven Bilic had been appointed as the club's new manager, returning to the club he used to play for as West Ham begin life after former boss Sam Allardyce.
Then, earlier today, West Ham also announced that they had landed Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang, with the Spanish star joining on a four-year deal as Alex Song's replacement, as the 23-year-old became Bilic's first signing at Upton Park.
Now though, the 46-year-old could make further moves to strengthen his squad, with Paris Saint-Germain ace Yohan Cabaye reportedly emerging as the club's next target.
Cabaye, 29, left Newcastle for a return to his native France in January 2014, but has found first-team football hard to come by under Laurent Blanc, putting his future in the capital in doubt.
A Premier League return is a real possibility for Cabaye, with West Ham now considering a move having been offered the chance to sign him, according to The Telegraph.
Cabaye's wage demands are likely to be huge considering his French international status, but his lack of football could cost him a place in Didier Deschamps' French side for their home European Championships campaign next summer - and his desire to play on a regular basis could aid West Ham's bid to land him this summer.