Newly appointed West Ham boss David Moyes is looking at Daniel Sturridge to bolster his attacking options in the January transfer window, according to the Daily Mail.
This is not the first time West Ham have looked at Sturridge as an attacking option, with Slaven Bilic previously admitting that Sturridge was on the club’s radar. The England international, who has only started five Premier League games for Jurgen Klopp’s side this season, was last seen this weekend starting in the 1-1 draw between Liverpool and Chelsea.
However, the report also suggests that West Ham are also looking at another Liverpool forward in January, with Danny Ings under consideration.
Ings has struggled with injuries in recent times which has resulted in him not making a league appearance for Liverpool since May 2015.
It is believed that Liverpool will loan the 25-year-old out in January to allow him get game time after suffering two serious knee injuries in the past two years.
West Ham have been goal-shy this season and it comes as no surprise to see them being linked with various strikers ahead of the upcoming transfer window.