Jesse Lingard won the 2010/11 FA Youth Cup with Manchester United, alongside another future Hammer in Ravel Morrison
He continued his development with loans at Leicester City, Birmingham City, Brighton & Hove Albion and Derby County. He's pictured here celebrating a goal for Brighton against Derby
Jesse made his competitive debut for Manchester United in a 2-1 victory over Swansea City on the opening day of the 2014/15 Premier League season
His first goal arrived in a 2-0 win against West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford in November 2015
He ended that campaign with five goals, including, most famously, the winner in the 2016 FA Cup final against Crystal Palace
Lingard lifts the first trophy of his senior career
He added three more to his haul in 2016/17 - the FA Community Shield, the EFL Cup, and the UEFA Europa League, following a victory over Ajax in the final
Jesse enjoyed his best goalscoring season to date in 2017/18, notching 13 times, including two in this 3-1 victory at Arsenal
He was making waves on the international scene by now too, travelling to the 2018 FIFA World Cup with England
He scored in the Three Lions' 6-1 group stage win over Panama, en route to a fourth-place finish
Last season, Jesse scored the goal which sealed UEFA Champions League qualification for the Red Devils, in a final-day 2-0 victory over Leicester City
The 28-year-old completed his loan move to the Hammers on Friday
West Ham United completed the loan signing of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United on Friday afternoon, as David Moyes' strengthens his Hammers squad in the January transfer window.
Lingard has enjoyed great success with the Red Devils since emerging from their academy, lifting four senior trophies in addition to the FA Youth Cup winners' medal he claimed in 2010/11.
With 33 goals in 210 Manchester United appearances to his name, alongside 24 England caps, Lingard brings plenty of pedigree with him to London Stadium.
Here's a look at his career to date in pictures...