The Hammers have had a disappointing end to the recently concluded Premier League campaign as they were unable to seal a Europa League spot.


However, West Ham have qualified for the Europa Conference League and boss David Moyes is still looking to bolster his squad as they want to push for a top four finish in the league next season.



The capital club have been looking to tie down some of their key players with improved offers and they were in talks with Soucek over a new deal in February.


Although Soucek, 27, has struggled to maintain his standards on a consistent basis for West Ham, he is set to continue being a key player under Moyes.



But West Ham are in no hurry to resume contract talks with the Czech Republic international.


Soucek’s deal at the London Stadium will expire in the summer of 2024, but the Irons have an option to extend his stint by a further season.



However, with Mark Noble hanging up his boots, and Declan Rice’s future at the club shrouded in uncertainty, midfield is tipped to be a key area Moyes is keen on reinforcing in the upcoming window.