Much was thought of Ashley Fletcher when he arrived at West Ham on a free transfer from Manchester United last summer.

Slaven Bilic decided to keep the 21-year-old in the first-team squad as additional depth in the forward ranks but the England U20 international featured more prominently than expected.

Fletcher made 20 appearances for the Hammers last season, scoring once and it came at Old Trafford against his former club in the EFL Cup quarter-final, but it remains to be seen if he has a place in the squad next season.

West Ham want to bring in at least two new strikers this summer which could see Fletcher on the outside looking in, and the Mirror report that Huddersfield are preparing a £5m bid for the former Barnsley loanee.

David Wagner failed with a loan bid for the striker in January and has retained his interest in the towering centre-forward following their promotion to the Premier League.

The Hammers paid a £500,000 compensation fee to Manchester United for Fletcher, and what Huddersfield are said to be offering is a decent return on that investment and is an offer I would consider accepting.

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