West Ham are reportedly no longer pursuing Tottenham's Emmanuel Adebayor.
The Hammers have the likes of Diafra Sakho, Enner Valencia and Mauro Zarate in the ranks, but with Andy Carroll still injured, new manager Slaven Bilic is allegedly in the market for a new centre forward.
The Mirror report that West Ham are extending their search to around Europe having struggled to land Roma's Mattia Destro and Chelsea's Loic Remy.
The report also states that West Ham have no interest in signing Tottenham outcast Adebayor - despite pursuing the forward in January.
As reported by BBC Sport, West Ham attempted to sign the Togolese forward on deadline day earlier this year, only for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to block the deal.
Now, it seems that West Ham have moved on from Adebayor, despite needing a new striker - leaving the 31-year-old in the wilderness at Spurs.
What positions should West Ham still strengthen?
Another striker seems almost a given for West Ham unless Bilic chooses to put his faith in youngster Elliot Lee, but another forward isn't all West Ham should be targeting.
Despite a number of new additions, West Ham may still look to bring in another central midfielder - possibly last season's loanee Alex Song.
Additionally, Bilic may look to bring in a winger if he chooses to play the 4-2-3-1 system he used at former club Besiktas, with West Ham having few options out wide.