Pay per head services saw that after seven years with the club, Cole, 30-years-old, left Upton Park at the end of last season.
Sam Allardyce, West Ham boss, hoped to boost his forward line in the transfer window and completed Andy Carroll’s signing from Liverpool on a permanent deal after a very good loan spell last term.
But pay per head services could see that Carroll’s continued absence due to injury left the London side struggling for strength in the forward line, and Mali international Modibo Maiga led the line for much of the campaign.
Last month, West Ham announced that Cole was training with the club looking to sign a deal.
And pay per head services following the club were delighted to learn that the player’s return was now confirmed after he was able to successfully prove his fitness.
“I’m in an excellent mood, am happy to be back and can’t wait to get working with the lads again and start my season off,” Cole told the club’s official website.
“I feel fit and raring to go and it’s time to start knocking on the manager’s door to get some games under my belt.
“I’m definitely excited because there are top-class players here and it’s good to be playing and stable in the Premier League and looking to progress and do better than last season.
“We’ve got the players to do that and hopefully I can be a part of it.”
Cole made over 230 appearances with 59 goals in his first spell with West Ham, becoming a favourite with pay per head services.
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Pay per head services learned that Cole could feature on Saturday when West Ham host Manchester City, and fans all over the world are anticipating a very good performance by the player.