West Ham fans respond to Jack Sullivan on Twitter: Please no Huddlestone

The Hull City midfielder was on show against Wolves on Sunday afternoon.

Jack Sullivan's Twitter account was rather busy on Sunday afternoon.

Indeed, after the son of West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan took to social media to post a confident transfer update on Twitter, he was flooded with responses from supporters.

He had told the West Ham faithful that a striker and midfielder were being targeted. Naturally, then, plenty of fans gave their suggestions as to who those two players should be.

Charlie Austin was a popular call and many want the return of Alex Song. But one man West Ham supporters desperately do not want at Upton Park is Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestone.

According to the Mirror, the Hammers are 'closing in' on the Hull man - but supporters are less than thrilled by that prospect. After his performance against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday afternoon, people were less than impressed. But it was merely a continuation of how they already felt seeing the links with the 28-year-old.

Here's a selection of the many fans that desperately pleaded with Sullivan Junior on Twitter, urging West Ham not to sign the Hull midfielder at any cost:

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