With the Premier League over for another season, West Ham found themselves finishing 10th, giving them a top-half finish to be proud of.

The club found themselves ending on 52 points after winning their last three games of the season and taking their unbeaten run to five.

A summer of big signings and a winter transfer window of improvements were meant to help improve the side so they can compete with the big six but that was not meant to be this campaign.

Unfortunately, season-crushing injuries caused a few of the new signings to spend the campaign in the injury room and watch the team from the stands. While a few of the signings have not lived up to their potential.

Now all is said and done, we look back on both windows and grade each player from A-F depending on their performances and stats in the Premier League.

Do West Ham need another big transfer window to help them compete with the big six?