West Ham have made some big signings over the last year, but they have also focused some of their attention on bringing young players to the club too.
The likes of Stephen Hendrie, George Dobson, Martin Samuelsen and Luka Belic have all arrived at Upton Park recently, with West Ham looking to the future too.
Now, The Sun report that Doncaster duo Jack and Paul McKay - 19-year-old twins - have been on trial with the Hammers recently ahead of potential permanent deals.
Striker Jack is a giant, 6ft 3in striker with impressive strength, whilst defender Paul is another physically imposing youngster who appears to have a bright future ahead of him, and West Ham appear to rate them both incredibly highly after seeing them in action.
It's stated that West Ham are now ready to sign the duo to permanent deals, due to club links with agent Mark McKay - the brother of the two players.
McKay helped bring Diafra Sakho and Dimitri Payet to West Ham, and it seems that their connection with the Scottish agent will continue with the signing of Doncaster duo Jack and Paul McKay, which, if reports are to be believed, could go through in January.