West Ham United starlet Martin Samuelsen is set for a loan move to his native Norway FK Haugesund, according to Norwegian outlet Haugesunds Avis.
Samuelsen has spent time on loan this season out in Holland with VVV but after failing to make that switch a success, he is reportedly set for a spell back in his home country.
The domestic season in Norway starts in March and when it gets underway, Samuelsen will be hoping to impress and finally making good on the obvious talent he has.
Domingos Quina and Reece Oxford are two young players of huge quality who have failed to make the grade at Upton Park and Samuelsen risks being another if he fails to impress on his latest loan move.
Youngsters such as Declan Rice and Grady Diangana have impressed at the London Stadium this season and Samuelsen has the quality to make the grade.
But he needs to start showing it; going from flighty wideman to reliable creative influence is the jump he needs to make.
Otherwise, like Oxford before him, he will be a player of early promise who fails to make good on it at Premier League level and loses his way.
That would be a shame for a club like West Ham who have a proud history of promoting their young players, but they also need them to have the right attitude and take charge of their own development.