According to The Guardian, West Ham United are plotting a move for Bournemouth hotshot Callum Wilson after he scored a hat-trick against them earlier this season - but face competition from Tottenham Hotspur.
Wilson, 23, came up through the ranks with his hometown club Coventry City, and after smashing 23 goals in 55 games for the Sky Blues, he moved on to join Bournemouth in the summer of 2014.
His blistering pace and goalscoring ability made him one of the most dangerous strikers in the Championship, hitting 20 goals in 45 games to fire Eddie Howe's men to promotion.
It looked like being another prolific campaign for the young English striker, as Wilson hit five goals in his first seven top flight games - including a hat-trick away at West Ham United.
However, Wilson suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament injury in September, meaning he is still around two months away from coming back to action.
Still, Wilson's exploits have attracted interest, with The Guardian reporting that West Ham want to sign Wilson this summer, having been impressed with his display during that hat-trick performance at Upton Park as they search for a long-term option in attack.
It's also suggested that London rivals Tottenham Hotspur are also interested, with Mauricio Pochettino still keen to bring in some cover for Harry Kane up front - and with a strong core of young, developing English players, Wilson could yet be tempted by a move to White Hart Lane.
Which team would be better for Wilson - Tottenham and West Ham?