Former Leeds United star Sam Byram says it was "the perfect decision" to move to West Ham.
The Academy graduate had a choice between the Hammers and Everton, but has no regrets about making the move to London.
Byram told London 24 : “My first two weeks living in a hotel was a bit different but I am in my apartment now and settled in with the staff and the players. It has been a big help having some family here. Going round for a lovely Sunday dinner made it all feel more homely for me.
“At the time it was a big decision (between West Ham and Everton) and I had a few sleepless nights but a month in I don’t think it could have gone better. Everyone has been so nice and I think it has been the perfect decision."
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Chelsea, West Ham, Newcastle and Southampton are chasing Sheffield Wednesday starlet George Hirst - according to the Daily Mail.
The 17-year-old is the son of David Hirst, a Wednesday legend, and is considered on the biggest prospects in English youth football.
Hirst Junior is following in his father's footsteps as a striker, but the Owls face a fight to keep hold of him with Premier League heavyweights circling.
Wolves have signed Sheffield Wednesday's Jeremy Helan on loan until the end of the season.
The former Manchester City youth product can play left back or left wing, and will add welcome depth to Kenny Jackett's squad.
Helan has made 22 appearances for Wednesday so far this season.
Tom Huddlestone could be set to leave Hull City on a free transfer this summer.
The former Spurs midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and says he is yet to be offered a new deal by the Tigers.
He has made 13 league starts under Steve Bruce so far this season.
Dean Smith has urged Brentford to open talks with Alan Judge about a new contract.
The 27-year-old was the subject of heated speculation in January with Burnley and Sheffield Wednesday said to be interested.
The Bees refused to discuss terms with Judge, who has 18 months to run on his current deal, last month but Smith is desperate for them to change their minds.
The Brentford manager said : "He's a very good footballer for us and, for the rest of the team as well, he adds that bit of experience."
Burnley's Joey Barton has told TalkSPORT that Alexis Sanchez has missed his chance to prove he is at the "elite level" after his performance in Arsenal's Champions League tie with Barcelona.
Speaking to the radio station, the former QPR midfielder declared the Chilean failed to show he is a matchwinner, unlike superstar Lionel Messi.
Said Barton: “Whilst everyone was getting carried away with him, I didn’t think he would be the piece in the jigsaw that took Arsenal on to be league champions – ironically this season they have a good chance of doing that.
“We saw that [against Barcelona], that was a prime opportunity on the elite-level stage – go and be a match-winner, show everybody that you are an elite-level match-winner and I think he failed to do that."
David Dunn has returned to Blackburn Rovers.
The former fan favourite departed for Oldham in the summer after 377 appearances for his boyhood club, but has now returned to Ewood Park as the new u21 assistant coach.
Dunn came through the Rovers Academy alongside u21 coach Damien Johnson and was part of the side that was promoted to the Premier League in 2001. he was sacked as Oldham manager in January.
Former Fulham boss Martin Jol has been appointed as Head Coach of Egyptian outfit Al Ahly.
Jol has agreed an 18 month deal and his first match is on March 5.
The Dutchman was sacked by Fulham in December 2013 after a poor run - when the Whites were eventually relegated at the end of the 2012/13 season.