According to The Sun, West Ham United have joined Chelsea in the race for Brentford striker Ivan Toney ahead of the summer transfer window.
The 25-year-old has bagged 30 goals and 10 assists in the Championship so far this term, and he is attracting Tottenham Hotspur too.
The Bees are looking to secure Premier League promotion via the play-offs and will cash in on Toney if they fail to.
West Ham, Chelsea and Spurs will have to part with £35 million to have a chance of landing the former Peterborough hitman, though.
Hammers boss David Moyes wants to sign another striker after failing to get a direct replacement for Sebastien Haller in January, and it appears that the Brentford star has impressed him.
Leicester City and Everton have also registered an interest in Toney, but a move to the London Stadium could be more appealing to him with regular playing chances almost guaranteed.
Hammers only primary striker Michail Antonio struggles with injuries every now and then, and Moyes knows he needs to get in another striker with European football almost guaranteed next season.
With more games to play, West Ham need a proven finisher like Toney, and it will be interesting to see whether they can convince him to join them.