West Ham are the latest club to be linked with a move for Crystal Palace's in-demand forward Wilfried Zaha, who has also been linked with a move to Liverpool in recent weeks.
The teenage forward caught the attention last season when he burst into the Palace first team and this season has once again proved his quality with a string of impressive performances.
Zaha has scored five goals so far this season, while his ability running with the ball has also created a number of opportunities for his fellow forwards.
The 19-year-old has been one of the stand-out performers in Palace's superb run in the League Cup, a competition in which he has scored three times and was instrumental in helping the club overcome Manchester United in the last round.
West Ham are the latest club to declare their interest in the versatile forward as manager Sam Allardyce attempts to get his promotion push back on track after two consecutive losses.
The Sun believes that the east London club are prepared to make an offer of £5million in the January transfer window but are aware that there may be offers from Premier League clubs.
West Ham currently have a number of injuries to attacking players with the likes of Sam Baldock, Matt Taylor and Henri Lansbury all sidelines and Allardyce knows that he needs reinforcements.
Zaha has the ability to play across the front line or in wide positions and is viewed as the man to help fire West Ham to automatic promotion.