Theo Walcott (R) of Arsenal in action against Milan Rodic (L) of Crvena Zvezda
Another forward may be needed even after landing Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic over the summer, and reports now suggest that the Hammers have identified a target.
The Sun report that West Ham want to land Arsenal forward Theo Walcott, who has become a forgotten man for club and country this season.
Former Southampton wonderkid Walcott, now 28, has hit 107 goals in 391 games for Arsenal, but has made just three Premier League appearances this season – all as a substitute – totalling just 47 minutes.
If Walcott is to make any late bid for the England World Cup squad, then he needs a January move – and it's claimed that West Ham and former club Southampton are both interested.
Bookmakers have been pricing up odds for Walcott's next club of late, and Sky Bet have West Ham down as the 4/1 favourites to land the pacey forward in January, which would surely boost Moyes' attacking options.
Southampton are in at 12/1, with Everton and Watford further back at 14/1 and 16/1 respectively, and after nearly 12 years with the Gunners, it may be time for Walcott to finally move on.