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.
Felipe Anderson - B
The Brazilian winger signed for West Ham last summer from Italian side Lazio for a fee of around £34 million.
Anderson was a sensation in the first half of the season and really showed the Premier League his quality but his form dropped in the second half of the campaign.
However, the 26-year-old netted nine times and recorded four assists to add to his great first season in English football.
Issa Diop - B
The 22-year-old defender joined the Hammers from Toulouse last summer for £22.5 million.
Diop has made 33 league appearances for his side and scored a single goal but his defensive abilities were shown in key games throughout the season.
The signing of the Frenchman has strengthened the defence for the Hammers this season and is set to be a huge asset to the club going forward.
Andriy Yarmolenko - F
Andriy Yarmolenko has endured a stressful first season with the Hammers since joining last summer from Borussia Dortmund.
The Ukraine international suffered season-ending injury back in October and hasn’t made an appearance since.
However, he made nine league appearances and slotted home two goals and provided two assists before the injury.
The winger will be hoping for a longer season next time out so he can show West Ham why they bought him.
Lukasz Fabianski - A
The former Arsenal man joined West Ham after Swansea’s relegation last season.
The Poland international has played every single league game for the Hammers this campaign and has been really impressive.
The 34-year-old has only conceded 55 goals but has kept seven clean sheets this season which has helped his side achieve a top-half finish.
Carlos Sanchez - F
Sanchez signed for West Ham last summer from Italian side Fiorentina but is another player that spent the majority of the season on the sidelines.
The Colombian suffered an injury in September and hasn’t managed to fully recover yet. However, the midfielder made seven appearances for the club before his abrupt end to the campaign.
Lucas Perez - D
The Spanish forward joined the Hammers last summer from Arsenal. The striker struggled to make an impact at Arsenal and hoped for a better time at West Ham.
Unfortunately for the 30-year-old, he has failed to make an impact at the club and after just 15 league appearances, scoring only two goals. The attacker will be hoping to find better form next season, be that at West Ham or elsewhere.
Fabian Balbuena - C
The Paraguayan defender joined the club from Brazilian side Corinthians last summer.
The centre-back has made 23 league appearances for the Hammers and has found the back of the net once in this time.
In the fixtures he has played in, the 27-year-old has looked impressive and has helped the side finish 10th.
Xande Silva - D
Silva joined the Hammers last summer from Portuguese side Vitoria Guimaraes SC for a fee of around £1.3 million.
The 22-year-old has only made one Premier League appearance for West Ham since signing and has performed well in the Premier League 2.
Considering the Portuguese under-21 national player has only played once this season, the youngster hasn’t been able to make much of an impact so you cannot read too much into his rating, with the best yet to come from Silva.
Samir Nasri - F
The French midfielder is a well-known figure in the Premier League after enjoying good spells at Arsenal and Manchester City.
He received a ban before joining West Ham once it was lifted and has failed to impress Pellegrini since.
Having only made five appearances and claiming one assist since arriving in January, it is very unlikely that Nasri will be at the club next season.
Jack Wilshere - E
The former Arsenal midfielder joined the Hammers in the summer but long-term injury problems have meant the Englishman has spent another season primarily on the sidelines.
When fit, Wilshere has the quality to control a game and can produce moments of magic but his injury’s let him down.
However, the 27-year-old has made eight league appearances for his new side so far and has provided just one assist in this time.