Bournemouth's Callum Wilson
Back in May, Sky Sports reported that Bournemouth had rejected a £25m double bid from West Ham for winger Matt Ritchie and striker Callum Wilson.
Now, the Daily Mail claim that the Cherries are expecting the Hammers to return with another bid for both players as they look to strengthen their squad for the big move to the Olympic Stadium.
Ritchie, 26, hit four goals and six assists in the Premier League last season, with the Scotland international impressing out on the right hand side and cutting in on his dangerous left foot.
Meanwhile, 24-year-old striker Wilson missed the majority of the season with a knee injury, but showed West Ham what he's capable of by scoring a hat-trick against Slaven Bilic's men at Upton Park back in August.
Wilson did hit 20 league goals in the 2014/15 season to fire Bournemouth to promotion, and returned towards the end of the season to prove his fitness again - sparking renewed interest in his signature.
Now, Bournemouth are allegedly expecting another move from West Ham for both players, with manager Bilic still looking to bring in another winger and striker - and their first bid may not be too far away from what Bournemouth are looking for.
It's claimed that Bournemouth want £30m for the pair, but despite being just £5m more than West Ham offered, that valuation is believed to be putting the Hammers off as they are now pursuing some other targets.
Do you think West Ham should make another move for Ritchie and Wilson?