West Ham United have been experiencing a tumultuous season and it won't be getting any easier with their tough upcoming fixtures in December against Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers as well as Leicester City.
However, the Hammers may have received a slight confidence boost when they beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge - they would hope to carry that with them in their next matches.
It had been previously reported that the board of West Ham would not be giving manager Manuel Pellegrini a massive budget to spend in the January transfer window but reports have emerged that they are likely to spend.
According to several reports including that of The Boot Room, West Ham are considering Queens Park Rangers attacking midfielder Eberechi Eze who is currently enjoying a good run in the English Championship.
However, West Ham would have to battle it out with fellow Premier League clubs Chelsea and Leicester City to acquire the services of the £20million valued youngster.
The England U21 international has scored seven goals and provided four assists from 19 matches played this season and there is no doubt why he is highly sorted after.