West Ham's starting 11 for the 2013/14 season will feature a number of new faces alongside some of the club's top performers.
The Hammers returned to the Premier League and finished the season comfortably in 10th place. A few more signings could make them even more of a nuisance than they were last season.
Changes will likely occur in the defense and midfield, with Andy Carroll a familiar, and now permanent, member of the West Ham squad leading the line. West Ham have already signed Razvan Rat to solidify the defense, and the Guardian reports a deal for Ecuadorian winger, Jefferson Montero, is close.
Other deals may be completed, but those two are the most likely options to start as newcomers. Sam Allardyce may look to stay with the 4-2-3-1 formation that served his side so well in 2012/13.
Here's what the West Ham starting 11 may look like at the beginning of the 2013/14 campaign.