West Ham United on-loan forward Jesse Lingard has been sensational since moving on loan to the London Stadium in January.
The Manchester United loanee continues to make waves in claret and blue, helping the Hammers record their 15th league win of the season on Monday night.
West Ham ran out 3-2 winners over Wolves at Molineux, Lingard claiming a goal and setting up another en route to a victory which moved the club up to fourth in the table.
The 28-year-old now has six goals and four assists from just eight appearances for the Hammers.
Given his impact in east London, it’s no surprise to see him now linked with a permanent move.
According to Sky Sports, West Ham will do “whatever it takes” to try and sign Lingard permanently this summer.
The loan deal does not include an option to buy, and according to The Mirror, the Red Devils value him at £30million.
Loan signings can sometimes be a double-edged sword.
If a player does as well at a club as Lingard has done at West Ham, then the desire is there to sign him permanently.
But at the same time, what parent club would willingly sell a player who has shown how good he is at the top level?
Fingers crossed West Ham do succeed in signing Lingard, but it won’t be easy for them.