Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Soucek on Friday moved to West Ham United from Slavia Prague on a four-year contract.
The Premier League side signed the 25-year-old player on loan in January as he scored three goals in 12 matches for the Hammers.
“Thanks for your trust in me. I will do everything I can for the success of the team and your joy watching the hammers. I’m looking forward to my future with West Ham United,” said Soucek on Twitter.
The London club’s manager David Moyes said he is happy for Soucek’s permanent move to the club.
“He’s a terrific lad with very good physical capabilities. He has scored some really important goals for us, against Chelsea, Newcastle and Watford,” he said.
“We’re glad he’s going to be a West Ham player for a good period to come.
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