West Ham United have been active in the transfer market and continue to be linked with star names, but is this how they will line up for the new season.
The club moves to the 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium later this month and also had Europa League football to look forward to.
There are also raised expectations following a fine season and seventh place finish last year where the Hammers fell just five points short of Champions League football.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic
Bilic knows he must have strength in depth
As such Bilic knows he must have a squad to compete domestically and abroad and has already added Norwegian Havard Nordtveit and Algerian Sofiane Feghouli on free transfers.
Turkish winger Gokhan Tore is expected to arrive on loan from Besiktas early next week, as confirmed by Jack Sullivan, the son of co-owner David, on Twitter.
Update- Tore is almost a West Ham player, should be done early next week. Just a few minor things to sort out!— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) July 8, 2016
Meanwhile the club is being linked with moves for AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca and Manchester United youngster Ashley Fletcher along with a host of other names from across the globe as the transfer market grinds up a gear.
Clearing the decks for fresh blood
Players such as James Tomkins, Alex Song, Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Moses have all departed and speculation abounds that Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia will be the next to leave the East London club.
It is expected the club will use the Europa League to give many of their young players such as Reece Oxford, Reece Burke, Martin Samuelsen and the more experienced Pedro Obiang much needed game time.
Calling the shots in the East London revolution
Is this how the Hammers will line up?
Based on the comings and goings and latest transfer talk here we take a look at how Bilic might set West Ham up for the new Premier League season.