West Ham United is in desperate for fresh signings, but David Moyes has admitted his frustration with his attempts to add to the squad.
The Hammers arent exactly having Tottenham's 2018 summer transfer window, although they have made at least some signings.
After impressing Moyes on a season-long loan spell last summer, goalkeeper Alphonse Areola has signed permanently.
Nayef Aguerd, a defender, has joined Rennes, and midfielder Flynn Downes has made a fantastic move to Swansea City.
West Ham will need more than that if they are to top the top six, with Moyes perhaps being a bit irritated.
West Ham United are looking for new signings.
The Hammers have been looking for some big signings, but they haven't quite recovered yet.
Chelsea forward Armando Broja is a top target, and while rumors suggested a transaction was close, Thomas Tuchel doesn't expect him to be sold.
Amadou Onana, a Lille midfielder, has been offered a 32.5 million bid, but West Ham are still waiting for an answer after two rejected offers.
Jesse Lingard appeared to be a good prospect, but he is now having a medical at Nottingham Forest.
With top targets lined up but not yet over the line, you can see why West Ham supporters and even Moyes themselves are becoming irritated.
Moyes has now made a statement on his transfer situation, telling West Hams' official website that signings are quite difficult at the moment.
In the midst of the pursuits of Broja, Onana, and Lingard, Moyes is clearly attempting to attract players.
The Scot added that West Hams' 3-1 pre-season defeat to Rangers indicates that the Hammers are desperately in desperate need of new signings ahead of the new Premier League season.
At the moment, putting them in is quite difficult, but by looking at what Ive seen in the opening games, we can add very quickly to the roster, according to Moyes.
Lingard is appeared to be heading elsewhere, but Moyes will still be holding out hope for two big deals for Broja and Onana to propel West Ham forward.