Don Goodman has told Sky Sports that West Bromwich Albion should sell Saido Berahino in the January transfer window.
Berahino is having a poor season and has been linked with a move away from West Brom this month.
According to The Daily Star, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Stoke City are all interested in signing the 22-year-old striker.
Former West Brom striker Goodman believes that the Baggies should sell the youngster if they receive a good offer.
“There's a question mark about his temperament clearly, he has allowed what happened in the summer with the Spurs link to affect him to the point where he's not getting a game at West Bromwich Albion,” the former Sunderland striker told Sky Sports.
"So I think quite frankly that if Tony Pulis could get a real good fee for Saido Berahino and let him move on, that would be the best outcome for all.”
Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour is of a similar opinion, but he has questioned whether clubs would be interested in recruiting Berahino because of his temperament.
“The dressing room is very important at clubs," the Englishman told Sky Sports. "The clubs who are looking at him are probably saying, 'will he upset the dressing room?'. Spurs have been linked. Will he play at Spurs?
"With Harry Kane as well as he is, he might be on the bench at Spurs as well. So he's got to get the right move for himself. But West Bromwich Albion, they need to get rid of him, but they want the best money.”
Berahino has been on the books of West Brom his entire career so far and has a contract until June 2017.
The youngster has scored just three goals and created only four chances in 15 Premier League appearances so far this season.
The former England Under-21 international has a pass accuracy of 83% and a shot accuracy of 60%, and has won two headers, eight dribbles and five tackles.