The Scot has assembled quite the squad with an impressive mix of exciting talent and experience that complement each other so well. With the likes of Jarrod Bowen, Michail Antonio and Pablo Fornals, the Hammers have the firepower to hurt any team in the division. This is without mentioning Said Benrahma, who is yet to show the form that saw him net 17 goals and register nine assists last season in the Championship for Brentford.
The exciting attacking talent coupled with an experienced base of players with the likes of Aaron Cresswell, Angelo Ogbonna and Lukasz Fabianski playing week in, week out gives the more creative players a platform to perform.
Declan Rice is another player who not only plays beyond his 22 years of age but has developed leaps and bounds under the tutelage of Moyes, who now has one of the most sought after holding midfield players in the Premier League on his hands.
In recent times West Ham could be accused of wasting money, and rightfully so, the likes of Sebastian Haller and Felipe Anderson have previously been bought for big fees and have failed to live up to expectation. But if the recent purchases of Thomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal from Slavia Prague are anything to go by, then the Hammers are being far better in the market; a skill that Moyes possessed and was renowned for back in his Everton days.