Bilic has been thrust into the limelight of leading a rapidly developing and popular club, with the main aim of securing an impressive Premier League finish alongside European football, when the new season is in full swing.
One of the ways that both of those aims can be improved is with the addition of new signings and Bilic has the perfect judgement over any new individual coming into the squad.
“Sometimes they will click straight away and sometimes it will take a bit of time,” he told whufc.com.
“We are aware of that and we are going to try and make that adjustment period as short as possible.”
Bilic already helping new players
Bilic is already acting to take the pressure away from any new player coming in at West Ham this summer.
Some managers will talk signing up and only stress the positives they create, which means an instant pressure for that player to perform when the matches start to get more serious.
Bilic removing that pressure means that new players can operate and perform in a freer environment, without the worry of what might happen or how they’ll be perceived if they get off to a slow start.
How can the adjustment period be made as small as possible?
Bilic needs to ensure that West Ham have the right sort of support system in place, which guarantees a minimum settling in period for new players.
They need to be made to feel comfortable and they need to feel valued in order for the boss to get the most out of them.