West Ham's Director of football Mario Husillos explains why the club will get the best out of Andriy Yarmolenko

A general view outside of the stadium prior to the Premier League match between West Ham United and Everton at London Stadium on May 13, 2018 in London, England.

West Ham United made Andriy Yarmolenko their fifth signing of the summer this week.

Manuel Pellegrini, Manager of Manchester City faces the media during a press conference ahead of the UEFA Champions League Semi Final second leg match between Real Madrid and Manchester...

West Ham have been busy this summer since the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini as manager.

The Hammers have signed Ryan Fredericks and Jack Wilshere on free transfers, while Lukas Fabianski and Issa Diop were followed by West Ham's latest signing Andriy Yarmolenko from Borussia Dortmund this week.

Deals for South American duo Felipe Anderson and Fabien Balbuena are reportedly set for completion over the weekend and will take West Ham's spending past the £90 million mark this summer (The Sun).

Felipe Anderson of SS Lazio looks on during the serie A match between SS Lazio and Bologna FC at Stadio Olimpico on March 18, 2018 in Rome, Italy.

Hammers fans are loving life, but many have concerns over Yarmolenko's ability to cut it in the Premier League following a poor season after his big move to Borussia Dortmund.

The Ukrainian was not the same player who had shone so brightly for Dynamo Kyiv - and his national side - when he made his big move to Germany.

But new West Ham director of football Mario Husillos has explained on the club's official website why West Ham will get the best out of Yarmolenko again.

Freiburg's Turkish defender Caglar Soyuncu (L), Freiburg's Austrian defender Philipp Lienhart (2nd L) and Dortmund's Ukrainian forward Andrey Yarmolenko react after the German first...

"At Dortmund, he had some good matches but perhaps didn’t quite show his very best," Husillos told whufc.com.

"However, I think Manuel Pellegrini is the perfect coach for Andriy and his style of play.

“I believe he is joining us in the perfect moment.

"He is 28, the prime age for football, and we have great expectation about what he can achieve with West Ham United."

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