West Ham's Mario Husillos pulled off a possible masterstroke last year

Jack Wilshere and Mark Noble of West Ham United during Training at Rush Green on August 16, 2018 in Romford, England.

Could Jack Wilshere overshadow his high-profile two new team-mates at West Ham United?

Manchester City's Danilo (L) vies for the ball with West Ham United's Benjamin Jack Wilshere (R) during their match at the 2019 Premier League Asia Trophy football tournament in Nanjing in...

West Ham United have had a brilliant transfer window so far.

Manager Manuel Pellegrini has welcomed Pablo Fornals and Sebastien Haller to East London - the latter of whom fetched a club-record £45 million.

The Hammers' Director of Football Mario Husillos is a popular man in East London at the moment, but is it possible that by next May, Jack Wilshere will be considered his best signing at West Ham?

The former Arsenal midfielder has looked head and shoulders above his Irons team-mates in pre-season far, offering a reminder over his undeniable talent and, more excitingly, a reminder of how good he could be.

 

Wilshere's first season at West Ham was blighted by injury last term, but if he can post an injury-free year this time around then he could overshadow Fornals, Haller and anyone else who Husillos signs or has signed.

We're talking about a player who didn't cost the club a penny after signing him on a free transfer 12 months ago.

It looked a great deal at the time, but his pre-season form indicates that it could be a complete masterstroke, if he can stay fit.

Jack Wilshere #19 of West Ham United in action during Premier League Asia Trophy - West Ham United v Manchester City on July 17, 2019 in Nanjing, China.

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