Wilson, 24, smashed 22 goals in 41 games during the 2013-14 season with hometown club Coventry City, and his exploits at the Ricoh Arena handed him a move to Bournemouth in the summer of 2014.
The pacey forward then hit 23 goals in 50 games to fire Bournemouth to promotion last season, and he looked to be on course for a stunning Premier League campaign, having scored five goals in first seven top flight games, including a hat-trick against West Ham United.
However, disaster struck for Wilson back in September, as he suffered gruesome knee injury against Stoke City, with many believing that he would miss the rest of the season as a result.
Wilson did though return to the Bournemouth squad against Aston Villa on Saturday, and even came on as a late substitute in that much, stepping up his recovery ahead of the summer break.
Now, The Sun report that, with Wilson now back to full health, Tottenham and West Ham United are keen to land Wilson at the end of the season, with both teams looking for attacking reinforcements.
Spurs are looking for cover for Harry Kane, whilst West Ham want somebody to become the club's new leading striker - and Wilson is allegedly in the thoughts of both clubs, despite his injury problem this season.
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