David Moyes has outlined his ‘vision’ for West Ham and called on the club to make changes to their recruitment and transfer policy.
Moyes is currently in his second spell at the London Stadium after returning to West Ham last month, the former Everton and Manchester United manager reappointed as the club’s new manager following the decision to sack Manuel Pellegrini with the Hammers struggling near the foot of the Premier League.
The 56-year-old has endured a mixed start during his six fixtures in charge so far, but has outlined his plans for the club moving forward including changes to their recruitment.
Despite spending around £79m last summer on several signings including the likes of Sebastien Haller and Pablo Fornals, West Ham have regressed somewhat this season and Moyes believes the club should look towards signing ‘young, attractive and hungry players’ with ‘resale value’ as they look to move forward.
“I can tell you what my approach has always been,” Moyes told his pre-match press conference ahead of Wednesday night’s game against Liverpool.
“We didn’t have much to spend at Everton and my idea was always to bring players in with resale value that I could sell back into the market. I want to stop the idea that always what we’re doing is just buying someone to fill the gap.
“I want it to be the vision for the club that we are looking to bring in young, attractive and hungry players who are saying: ‘We are going to make West Ham better.’ Whatever is said in the accounts, I am telling you what my vision is. I think if I get given the opportunity to do that, I will turn it around.”