Jack Sullivan hails impressive attitude of West Ham's new midfield duo

West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan watches from the stands

Jack Sullivan, the son of West Ham United co-owner David, has taken to Twitter to praise the club's two summer signings.

West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan watches from the standsWest Ham United co-owner David Sullivan watches from the stands with a younger Jack Sullivan (centre)

The Hammers have been busy already this summer as their big move to the 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium looms large.

Slaven Bilic has completed the signings of Norwegian Havard Nordtveit and Algerian winger Sofiane Feghouli as he looks to improve his squad with the Europa League and raised expectations to cope with following a fantastic first season at the Hammers helm.

The Premier League is just over a month away and the nation is still smarting after England's dismal exit from Euro 2016.

As a result the attitude and application of top players is in vogue.

Picture Supplied by Action ImagesSofiane Feghouli

'Great attitude'

But if Sullivan's latest post on Twitter is anything to go by the Hammers have nothing to worry about when it comes to their new recruits after they showed impressive dedication this week.

"Just been told that the two new players have come in with a few others, for early training!" Sullivan posted on Twitter.

"Great news, great attitude."

Just been told that the 2 new players have come in with a few others, for early training!! Great news, great attitude.

— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) June 29, 2016

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Bodes well for future

Sullivan went on to add that the new signings were joined by Andy Carroll, who ended the season with a slight injury.

It bodes well for the Bilic that the new recruits are determined to hit the ground running.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic celebrates after the match with their coaching staffWest Ham manager Slaven Bilic celebrates

Sky is the limit

West Ham will have to go some to better last season's seventh place finish given the competitive nature of the Premier League and influx of some of the finest managers on the planet.

But with players willing to put in that bit extra, and with the added quality in the squad, there is no reason why they can't.

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