West Ham United are in need of more firepower up front.
Hammers boss David Moyes will surely be looking to bolster his attacking options in January, with his goal-shy side currently deeply embroiled in a real relegation battle.
The problem for the Scot is that he is unlikely to be given a hefty transfer budget, so he will have to be shrewd in his recruitment.
With this in mind, Moyes should consider taking a punt on free agent Giuseppe Rossi, who is attracting interest from Serie A side Genoa, according to Football Italia.
The 30-year-old has been out of action for quite some time after suffering an ACL injury last season, and has not played a competitive game since April of this year.
The left-footed hitman is a wonderfully cultured footballer, and his ability to link up play between the midfield and attack could prove to be crucial to the Hammers' hopes of enjoying a successful campaign.
He is also a wonderful finisher when presented with a goalscoring opportunity, and his skill-set means that he would be the ideal strike partner for Andy Carroll.
And if Moyes can bring him to the London Stadium, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for West Ham.