Speaking to BT Sport’s Matchday Live with Fletch and Sav, West Ham co-owner David Gold has refused to rule out the possibility of signings arriving in January.
The Hammers have been hit by a number of injuries to big players this season, something which has had a negative impact on a campaign that started so well.
Adding to the West Ham squad in the current transfer window, however, appeared to have been ruled out by Gold back in December according to the Mirror, when he indicated that the club had enough squad players to cope with their injury crisis.
It now looks, however, as if Gold has changed his stance, saying that you can 'never say never' when it comes to transfers.
“There’s always the possibility,” he told Fletch and Sav.
“How many times in my football career have I said no more signings and then at the last moment signed a couple of players? Never say never.”
“But we’ve got a good squad; we’ve got our players coming back so it’s exciting. These are great players coming back. There’s no panic to go out there and buy more players.”