The new signings will be hoping to be involved for West Ham on Monday night.
Andre Ayew in action with Wolverhampton Wanderers' Niall Ennis
Ahead of that tie the club have been hard at training under the guidance of a manager Slaven Bilic.
Those that took part in training included plenty of their new signings.
Havard Nordtveit and Gokhan Tore were both involved in the session. But it was the more recent newbies that caught the eye.
Andre Ayew, fresh from his £20 million switch from Swansea City, and Arthur Masuaku, signed from Olympiakos, were both pictured looking very happy in their new surroundings as the West Ham players made them feel very welcome.
There was also a snap of Manuel Lanzini. The Argentine missed the Olympics with an injury problem but it seems he has shaken that off before the start of the season. He will soon be joined at West Ham by international colleague Jonathan Calleri.
Plenty of West Ham’s young talent are also training with the first-team.
West Ham's Manuel Lanzini celebrates scoring their first goal
Two are new signings, with 16-year-old wonderkid Domingos Quina and Ashley Fletcher. The duo were signed from Chelsea and Manchester United respectively this summer.
Reece Oxford will be looking to establish himself in the first-team this year whilst Martin Samuelsen and Reece Burke will hope for a place in the West Ham first-team after spending time out on loan last term.