The TV star wants to see a Parkhead favourite brought to the London Stadium.
The future of Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong is shrouded in some uncertainty at the moment, and TV megastar James Corden has urged his beloved West Ham United to capitalise by making a move to bring him to East London.
Armstrong has blossomed at Parkhead this season under Brendan Rodgers, developing from useful squad player to first-team star.
The 24-year-old has 11 goals this season from midfield in all competitions, and made his full Scotland debut this week, with national team boss Gordon Strachan suggesting that it was one of the most impressive maiden appearances he has ever seen.
That will only have served to raise Armstrong’s profile even further.
The midfielder is in discussions with Celtic about a new contract, but with only one more year left on his current deal, there may well be supporters of other clubs casting an eye over the star.
It certainly seems that at least one West Ham fans wants to see a move for Armstrong in the summer.
Sharing a video compilation of all of Armstrong’s goals for Celtic, The Late, Late Show host and former Gavin and Stacey star Corden admitted his desire to see the Hammers bring in the midfielder.
Rather predictably, that did not elicit a particularly welcoming response from Celtic fans.
To put it mildly, they told Corden where to go with that idea.