West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass is reportedly a target of newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion.
Snodgrass joined the Hammers during the January transfer window and many fans had high expectations that he would deliver for the club following the infamous departure of Dimitri Payet.
While the East London club managed to avoid relegation, Snodgrass failed to live up to expectations and has yet to score his first goal for the club. Brighton are looking to add quality and experience to their side as they prepare for their first season in the top flight.
Manager Chris Hughton is said to have been impressed with the performances of Snodgrass for Hull City during the first half of the season as the 29-year-old scored seven goals from 19 matches for the Tigers and was arguably their best attacker at the time.
Should Bright gain Snodgrass then they will have a valuable addition to their team. However Hammers manager Slaven Bilic may fancy giving the Scottish international Snodgrass another opportunity to shine next season.