According to a report in the Express and Star, Wolverhampton Wanderers are still hopeful of completing a deal for Manchester United striker Ashley Fletcher.
Wolves would be able to offer Fletcher first-team football, whereas West Ham would be able to make no such promises.
Leeds United are also interested in Fletcher, but Wolves are hoping to win the transfer battle.
Kenny Jackett’s side have made signing a striker one of their top priorities during the summer transfer window.
Wolves struggled going forward last term, and they are determined to be more threatening in attacking situations next season.
Fletcher caught the eye while on loan at Barnsley in League One last term, where he scored nine goals in 27 appearances, as the Tykes earned promotion.
Although he has been offered the chance to stay at United, the 20-year-old seems set to leave Old Trafford this summer.