West Ham United signed Darren Randolph, Pedro Obiang, Dimitri Payet, Angelo Ogbonna, Carl Jenkinson, Manuel Lanzini, Michail Antonio, Nikica Jelavic, Victor Moses and Alex Song in the summer transfer window.
Darren Randolph - B
Darren Randolph joined West Ham United in the summer transfer window on a free and is Adrian’s back-up.
The goalkeeper was thrust into action early on due to the suspension of Adrian, and he did relatively well.
The 28-year-old is a capable goalkeeper, and West Ham manager Slaven Bilic can rely on him.
Pedro Obiang - B-
Pedro Obiang has not wowed the Premier League, but he has done relatively well.
The Spanish midfielder has created one chance in six league appearances, and he is only going to grow in importance as the season progresses.
Dimitri Payet - A+
Dimitri Payet has been one of the best signings of the summer in the Premier League.
The France international attacking midfielder has scored four goals and created as many as 32 chances in eight league games for the Hammers.
Angelo Ogbonna - B
Angelo Ogbonna joined West Ham from Italian champions Juventus in the summer, but he has not done that well so far.
The Italy international centre-back has made errors and has lacked consistency so far this season, although he has played well on occasions.
The 27-year-old did make a great start to his Premier League career, though, and he will be looking to step up his game once he recovers from injury.
Carl Jenkinson - B
Carl Jenkinson returned to West Ham on another season-long loan spell from Arsenal in the summer.
The England international right-back was one of the Hammers’ best players last season and has played relatively well so far this campaign.
While the 23-year-old still needs to do better, one goal and four chances created from the right-back position is a decent return.
Manuel Lanzini - B
Manuel Lanzini is one for the future, but the attacking midfielder is growing in stature at the Boleyn Ground.
The 22-year-old, on loan from Al Jazira Club, has scored one goal and created three chances in six Premier League appearances for West Ham.
Michail Antonio - N/A
Michail Antonio was Nottingham Forest’s best player last season, but the winger is struggling to get into the West Ham starting lineup at the moment.
The 25-year-old has made just one appearance in the Premier League for the London outfit, and that too for just 31 minutes.
It is too early to judge Antonio, but he will have to work harder in order to impress manager Bilic.
Nikica Jelavic - N/A
It is a similar situation with Nikica Jelavic, who has played just 55 minutes of Premier League football. Too early to judge.
Victor Moses - A
The Chelsea-owned winger has been brilliant for West Ham, and has scored one goal and created three chances in four Premier League appearances.
The Nigeria international’s pace and tricks will be important for the London outfit as the season progresses.
Alex Song - N/A
The former Arsenal midfielder, who joined the Hammers on a season-long loan deal from Barcelona in the summer, has suffered with injuries so far this campaign.