West Ham United could be keen on a move for Liverpool’s Divock Origi in January, according to a report from The Sun.

The Hammers have been sensational thus far this season. While many anticipated them to falter between stabilizing the pressures of the Premier League and playing in the UEFA Europa League, David Moyes has done a wonderful job so far.

A glance at their roster and one should mention the lack of quality depth in the striker department. For most parts, the Irons have been reliant on the showings of star forward Michail Antonio.

The manager tried to bring in a playmaker and a striker in the summer and might try again in the near future, with some interesting options emerging.

The target is to land at least one forward in the transfer window, which could be a reliable alternative to the Jamaican. Hence the transfer list has narrowed down to the Reds man.

The Anfield outfit are resigned to see the Belgian leave the club when the campaign ends. With his deal ending next summer, the Merseyside giants might opt to sell rather than watch him depart as a free agent.

West Ham United are, therefore, hopeful of landing him on a knock-down fee in the winter as they believe the Reds might entertain offers.