Still searching for a striker after all this time, West Ham United are casting their net far and wide.

There have been links with players such as Gianluca Scamacca, Armando Broja and some more left-field options, such as Hwang Ui-Jo.

The 29-year-old is currently at Bordeaux, who were relegated to Ligue 2, but could also be dropped as low as the fifth tier for financial reasons.

That means he obviously wants to leave to try and play at the highest level, where West Ham have allegedly made him an offer.

How do we know this? Because Hwang Ui-Jo said so himself.

This comes courtesy of Girondins4Ever, who managed to get hold of an interview the South Korean striker held in his home country on JTBC.

Asked about the chances of his future being elsewhere, he reportedly said: “I’m waiting. Nothing has been decided yet. There will be more details to give you depending on the club’s financial situation, at Bordeaux. It’s true that offers have arrived from Nantes and from West Ham United too.”

Now, how much the Hammers have put forward to either the player or the club (or both) isn’t stated, because it’s not something the player would reveal, but it does appear David Moyes likes what the player has to offer.

Despite Bordeaux hugely struggling last season, the forward still managed to find the back of the net 11 times in 32 league games, suggesting that could be higher if he had better players around him.

Perhaps at West Ham?