The 26-year-old Frenchman joined the Hammers in the final days of the transfer window, completing a £29.8million switch from London rivals Chelsea (Sky Sports).
The centre-back joined fellow countryman Alphonse Areola at the London Stadium before Nikola Vlasic and Alex Kral arrived on deadline day.
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The report cites the eight-times capped ace’s ‘wealth of experience’ and a worrying defensive record in Moyes’ side as a reason for utilising Zouma early.
A former Everton loanee, the powerful defender has amassed 165 Premier League appearances following a move from Ligue 1 side Saint Etienne in 2014.
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Despite making an unbeaten start to the new season, five goals conceded in the opening three matches is a worrying trend.
Boasting a distinguished, trophy-laden career, the Frenchman certainly has the credentials to slot straight into the West Ham backline.
Valued at £28.8milion (Transfermarkt), Zouma will be hoping to make an immediate impact in solidifying the defence.