Former Chelsea assistant manager Ray Wilkins believes that John Terry would be a good addition to West Ham.
It has been confirmed that the 36-year-old will leave the Blues at the end of the season after a successful spell and he has been linked with West Ham as well as clubs from the MLS and China.
Hammers manager Slaven Bilic recently heaped praise on the veteran defender, which has led some to believe that he may be open to signing the former England captain.
Wilkins believes that such a move will be a good one and said, “They have been conceding goals left, right and centre and John being an East End boy that might be a nice fit.”
Terry may still have something to offer the football world as a player. However it remains to be seen whether he would want to continue in the high intensity of the Premier League or try out a fresh challenge in the MLS or China.