Carlos Tevez is not entirely satisfied back at Boca Juniors, is there the slightest of opportunity for West Ham to exploit?
West Ham are picking up steam ahead of their move to the Olympic Stadium, and are even in the race to secure Champions League football.
It is all looking good for ticket sales at their new home - but there is one thing which would near guarantee a sell out, the return of a former hero to the club.
There may be the slightest of hopes the Hammers could bring back Carlos Tevez after his agent expressed that he was not exactly happy at Boca Juniors this week.
Tevez returned to the Argentine club from Juventus in the summer, after helping the Italian club reach the Champions League final.
The Mirror report that Tevez's agent says he is not enjoying his football, and has offers from Saudi Arabia and China which he could consider, warning that there are just two or three years left in his career.
West Ham may not be able to offer the mind blowing wages on offer in either country, but they could surely get the striker enjoying his football again if he returned to East London.
Tevez is a hero after helping the Hammers successfully avoid relegation in 2006/07, and would still be an outstanding addition to the club's attack, capable of taking the team to the next level.
The chance to play in West Ham's new stadium, and even in the Champions League, must have an appeal to the Argentine, and the Hammers should do their best to exploit a potential opening to re-sign the striker.