West Ham have been linked with a multitude of exciting talent over the past few months.
David Gold took to Twitter to cite West Ham's signings as a signal of intent for next season
The Hammers are expected to be extremely busy throughout the summer, as they look to take advantage of increased revenue streams brought about by their move to the Olympic Stadium.
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Gold's Twitter message made reference to the three signings West Ham have already made, and talked up further transfer activity:
The early signings of Havard Nordveit, Toni Martinez and Domingos Quina is a sign of our intent and we expect more summer arrivals. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) 4 June 2016
The East London outfit ended the Premier League campaign in seventh position in what was their final season at Upton Park, and after a collection of fantastic displays, Hammers fan's expectation levels have been dramatically heightened.
West Ham fans expectations have risen since the appointment of Slaven Bilic
The challenge now for the club will be to make sufficient investment into the playing staff, and build a squad capable of dealing with the challenge of Thursday night Europa League football as well as the intensity of the Premier League.
It will be a demanding campaign for the Londoners, so West Ham fans will be pleased to hear David Gold sound so confident at the prospect of bringing in fresh blood.
West Ham fans will be hoping to challenge for a Champions League spot next term