Victor Moses has signed a new contract at Chelsea and joined West Ham on a season-long loan deal.
The winger spent last season at Stoke City, scoring three goals in 19 Premier League appearances, and will feature at Upton Park this term, having also agreed a new four-year deal with his parent club.
Moses arrived at Chelsea from Wigan Athletic in 2012 but failed to command a first-team berth at Stamford Bridge.
Prior to his stint at Stoke, the 24-year-old had a season on loan at Liverpool although he found his opportunities limited thanks to the form of Raheem Sterling.
Moses becomes West Ham’s second acquisition of transfer deadline day following the signing of Alex Song, also on loan.