The son of West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has sent a message to fans after the 2-1 defeat to Leicester.
The disappointment felt by many West Ham United fans after their 2-1 loss at home to Leicester City on Saturday afternoon was palpable.
But, in response, the son of club co-owner David Sullivan, Jack, has attempted to raise the mood within the West Ham camp.
Indeed, young Sullivan has delivered a confident club transfer update on Twitter, declaring: 'we are not done in the transfer window!'
The West Ham co-owner's son went on to single out two positions in which the Irons are looking to strengthen.
We are not done in the transfer window! We are hoping to sign a striker and a midfielder.— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) August 16, 2015
It's common knowledge, of course, that the Hammers need a new forward and midfield man. But will they get them?
West Ham's performance was obviously lacking in key areas against Leicester - although they weren't helped by a refereeing performance from Anthony Taylor many supporters felt went out of its way to impede the hosts.
The 2-0 win at Arsenal proved the quality at Slaven Bilic's disposal but it looks as though the east London side are short of what's needed to drive them forward during home games. A striker and a midfielder, then, West Ham fans will be waiting...