West Ham co-owner David Sullivan says he is working night and day to bring new players into the club.
Sullivan was approached by angry supporters after the club’s FA Cup defeat at Wigan, and has responded by going on a PR drive.
He leaked his message through Sky Sports News, and followed it up with a statement in which he insisted that the club is doing all it can to sign new players.
“I have been made aware of reports suggesting that there will be no more players joining the club this month due to funding not being available,” Sullivan said.
“Nothing could be further from the truth.
“The manager David Moyes has the board’s full backing in this window and, together, we continue to work night and day to bring in players to add quality and depth to the squad, despite January being a difficult time to do business.
“We are undefeated in our last five Premier League matches and are working round the clock with the manager to do all we can to ensure this run of good form continues.”
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