Filed: Saturday, 30th July 2011
By: Staff Writer
West Ham have awarded Joey O'Brien a permanent contract after he impressed in pre-season.
The former Bolton midfielder has spent the last month with Sam Allardyce's squad in an attempt to prove his fitness.
And having successfully done so, the 25-year-old Irish international has been rewarded with a permanent deal.
O'Brien becomes Sam Allardyce's fourth signing of pre-season - and the fourth former Bolton player to move to east London following Abdoulaye Faye, Kevin Nolan and Matt Taylor.
A fifth could follow soon should triallist Jlloyd Samuel sign a permanent deal.
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