West Brom are crying out for a goalscorer and Javier Hernandez could be the answer.
West Ham United are reportedly willing to listen to offers for out-of-favour striker Javier Hernandez this month as he struggles to make an impact - and West Brom fans are desperate to see Alan Pardew raid his old club for the Mexican.
Sky Sports claim the Hammers will listen to offers for the 29-year-old, after scoring just four goals all season including a brace in a 3-2 loss to Southampton in just his second appearance.
A muscle injury while on duty with Mexico has hampered the summer signing's progress in east London, after the former Manchester United striker joined from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer for a fee of £16million.
Salomon Rondon, Hal Robson-Kanu and Jay Rodriguez are Pardew's current options in the final third, but the trio have managed a total of 12 goals between them so far this season.
Hernandez, meanwhile, has a ratio of one goal every three Premier League outings - scoring 41 times in 120 top-tier matches in England. West Brom fans are desperate to see their club enter the race for such a player on Twitter.
One fan even stated he would take Hernandez "in a heartbeat", despite the Daily Mail claiming he earns a huge £115,000 a week at the London Stadium.
Would take Chicharito Hernandez in a heartbeat at Albion #wba— Joel (@JoelDMendez) January 11, 2018
Both mentioned players there are no improvement to our squad..owner needs to pull his wallet out else we are out of the prem this year.. west ham open to offers for hernandez and Carroll. .take them both t be fair ..— Shaun baggott (@sbag_wba) January 11, 2018
Think most if the league would take Hernandez. Think hes the type of striker that we are looking for..... but then again who aint. #wba— James Downing (@jimmythewhack) January 11, 2018
I'd go for hernandez from West ham for £15 M. Him and Rondon could work well. Praying he would be like a little odemwingie! Lol #WBA— DOOD ⚪️ (@RudeDoody) January 11, 2018
Hernandez available from West Ham! Gotta be worth a look? #wba— Paul Chappell (@WanchopePaulo) January 11, 2018