West Ham United have tied midfielder Pedro Obiang down to a new five year contract.
Obiang was one of the Hammers best players last season and his performances reportedly attracted the interest of a number of clubs including Everton.
Manager Slaven Bilic has now taken action to tie down the Spanish international till 2022 and this will come as good news to fans of the club.
In the process, Obiang has followed team-mate Michail Antonio in regards to committing his long term future to the club.
The East London club are also looking to bolster their side after a rather disappointing season last term.
They are said to have made signing a new striker a priority and have been linked with Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud, Burnley’s Andre Gray as well as former Manchester United star Javier Hernandez, who is currently on the books of German club Bayer Leverkusen.
Though the Hammers will not sign all of their targets, the chances are high that they will sign at least one or more.