Ravel Morrison and Sir Alex Ferguson both appear satisfied with the transfer move that took place for the youngster yesterday, with the former Manchester United man now firmly settled in at West Ham.
Morrison was stalling contract talks at Old Trafford, and Ferguson revealed at the start of the month that the creative midfielder was considering making the move to another club that could meet his demands.
"His agent has been working hard to get him another club," Ferguson said at the time.
"We have offered him terms, which he has refused. His demands are unrealistic as far as we are concerned."
Paul Pogba was also considering an exit in January, and while he has now stayed at the club, Morrison has confirmed a move to West Ham, and couldn't be happier.
"I'm really pleased to have signed," Morrison told the West Ham official website.
"The move has happened very quickly and I'm looking forward to hopefully moving up to the Premier League with West Ham soon.
"I'm an attacking player and I'm hoping to get the fans on their feet. I met with Sam Allardyce this morning and he welcomed me to the club.
"I also played with Robert Hall in the England team and I know him well so that will be really helpful to have someone here that I know."
Ferguson also made comment on the transfer, saying he believed it was the best move for the 18 year old.
"The case with Ravel is well documented, I think he's better out of Manchester to be honest with you," Ferguson said of the situation, as reported by Goal.com. "He's got a great talent, but having to deal with that is very important."
The manager was full of praise for Pogba though, who came on in the 72<sup>nd minute against Stoke for Javier Hernandez.
"Pogba did very well," he recounted to BBC Radio 5 Live.
"He's got great talent and has a tremendous physique for a young boy. You can't believe he's 18.
"I was very pleased [with his performance]. It was a good time to bring him on as we were in control of the game and it gave him a chance to be confident with the ball.
"We are negotiating his contract at the moment. It's a bit complicated as he's changed his agent a couple of times. The boy wants to stay, I think that's obvious."
Pogba will likely have more of a starring role in the senior side as he brokers a new deal with the club over the coming months. The 18 year old made the move from Le Havre to United in 2009 under controversial circumstances, with claims of an illegal move being put forward by the French outfit.
But Ferguson was able to clear up any misunderstandings over the move and got hold of the starlet, and now it looks like that he will stay at United beyond the summer as well.