West Ham United are looking to cash in on the form of on-loan striker Jordan Hugill, according to reports from Claret and Hugh.
The 26-year-old was brought to the Hammers by David Moyes for £8million in January, but is yet to start a game for the club.
Hugill has managed just three substitute appearances since his move to the London Stadium, and ahead of the current campaign was sent to Middlesbrough on loan.
West Ham’s hopes of securing a fee for the forward have been given a boost by his recent form, having found the net three times in his last three outings.
That includes a brace in a 2-0 victory over Wigan Athletic, having featured 15 times for Middlesbrough so far this season.
The Hammers are reportedly looking to recoup the majority of money they spent on Hugill when bringing him to the club.
If West Ham can secure a fee in the region of £6million they will be happy to offload the striker, and if his form with Boro continues they may be interested in a permanent deal.
Hugill would also be open to a move to The Riverside with Middlesbrough being his hometown club, as the likelihood of any future with the Hammers remaining faint.