Tomas Soucek will remain at West Ham United for the rest of the season.

Like many loan moves involving Premier League clubs, Soucek’s Hammers deal was set to expire on June 30.

However, West Ham have agreed with Slavia Prague to extend his loan stay until the end of the current campaign.

The Czech international has impressed at the London Stadium since his January arrival, adding consistency in midfield.

His performances have been good enough to encourage gaffer David Moyes to extend the 25-year-old’s contract as West Ham look to stave off relegation to the Championship.

The Hammers return to Premier League action against Wolves on Saturday, June 20, and are currently hovering above the relegation zone on goal difference.

It’s understood West Ham have a £13m option to buy clause in Soucek’s loan agreement, which may well be exercised if his consistent displays continue.

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