The Bournemouth striker has been linked with summer moves to both clubs.
Wilson began the season, his first ever in the Premier League, on flames (as the kids say), scoring five goals in his first seven appearances before injury befell him.
He was even on the verge of an England call-up, according to teammate Simon Francis, but while a place at Euro 2016 is perhaps beyond his grasp this late in the campaign, a productive summer may still lie in wait.
Given the choice, though, who should he pick? Here are three reasons it should be Tottenham...
3) Champions League - So obvious Michael Owen could have thought it, but a valid point no less.
Competing with Europe's elite is not something Spurs have been able to boast of too often, but with 12 points separating them and fifth-place Manchester United post-Sunday, it looks to be a given next season.
West Ham, meanwhile, have a five-point gap to overhaul.
League One to Champions League in three years would be an ascent to rival Jamie Vardy's.
2) More room at the Lane - One of Spurs' priorities this summer will be securing someone to take the weight off Harry Kane, with big games to come thick and fast at home and abroad.
Wilson fits the bill, and would be dual-purpose, with his greyhound-like pace allowing him to complement the England striker should the two be paired together.
West Ham's needs would appear to be different, having set aside £40 million to sign a marquee centre-forward, according to Sky Sports.
Wilson is not at that level (yet) and a relatively low profile could cause him to get lost in a striking pool comprising Andy Carroll, Enner Valencia and Diafra Sakho (for now, at least).
1) Pochettino - If you're 24, English and uncapped then you need to pay MoPo a visit. 11 of the last 19 Three Lions debutants can credit the Spurs head coach for their call-ups, with Dele Alli's coming after just three months of Poch tutelage.
For whatever reason, East London is not the place to be if you want to play for England - just ask Mark Noble, Aaron Cresswell and Michail Antonio.