West Ham have added one free agent, could more follow?
West Ham surprised everybody this week by making a move for free agent left-back Patrice Evra.
It shows the Hammers are not ruling anything out as they look to strengthen and further additions could still be in the pipeline.
Here are three more free agents West Ham could still consider signing...
Arguably an even more controversial figure than Patrice Evra, Samir Nasri is a former France international teammate with West Ham's new left-back.
Nasri is a former Premier League title winner with Manchester City and is looking for a new club after a spell in Turkey.
The 30-year-old attacking midfielder was linked with West Ham in mid-January [via The Mail] and the move for Evra makes a move more viable than it previously seemed.
Desperate? Perhaps. Alex Song has had two spells at West Ham before and would not need any time to settle back in.
The Cameroon midfielder is a free agent after his contract with Russian side Rubin Kazan came to an end and he recently trained with Arsenal.
After missing out on defensive midfielder Ibrahim Amadou in the transfer window, perhaps Song could be a stop-gap?
David Moyes has already moved to sign one of his Manchester United old boys, what about another?
Former United midfielder Anderson is a free agent after being released by Brazilian side Internacional in January.
A Champions League winner alongside Evra in 2008, Anderson's career has stalled and his next move is uncertain. Perhaps Moyes could offer him an unlikely lifeline?