Sofiane Feghouli - Valencia v Atletico Madrid
West Ham United secured the signing of impressive winger Sofiane Feghouli on a free transfer this week, hoping he will prove to be a real bargain.
Feghouli signs from Valencia, who struggled last season in La Liga with Gary Neville one of three managers they employed during the course of the campaign.
Here are three more Valencia players the Hammers should look at singing...
Paco Alcacer playing for Spain
Spanish international Paco Alcacer was controversially left out of their Euro 2016 squad, despite netting six times in 13 games for his country.
This could work in West Ham's favour as it keeps his profile lower, and at just 22-years-old he is an outstanding prospect.
He scored 13 goals in 25 La Liga starts this past season, and a further two goals in the Copa del Rey. Valencia would drive hard bargain, but he would be cheaper than Lyon's £40 million man Alexandre Lacazette.
Manchester City's Alvaro Negredo scores against Arsenal
Valencia striker Alvaro Negredo could be a cheaper option, and has experience of the Premier League, winning the tirle with Manchester City.
Nicknamed 'The Beast', Negredo made only 12 starts last season - scoring five goals - and could be available for the right price.
At 30-years-old he still has plenty to offer, and could be a shrewd addition for the Hammers up front.
Aymen Abdennour of Valencia challenges Cristiano Ronaldo
Aymen Abdennour is a Tunisian centre-back who was a regular for Valencia last season, and has previously been linked to the Hammers.