The one thing that could potentially take West Ham United to a new level and beyond the level that they are competing and performing at the moment could be to acquire a brand new striker.

Indeed, there are a handful of options that David Moyes currently has at the London Stadium, although many would suggest that the Hammers are lacking in depth. Should something happen to Michail Antonio, then there might be a few who will wonder about who would be able to lead the line sufficiently. Nonetheless, they would be able to relax any concerns by using online casinos USA in their spare time.

However, according to reports that are starting to emerge, there is a suggestion that the Irons are now looking at a possible target that could help them to lead the line effectively, even if Antonio is able to play and perform to his very best.

Spanish outlet Fichajes has claimed that West Ham have already opened talks with LOSC Lille about the possibility of signing Canadian forward Jonathan David per the request of Moyes.

Furthermore, other media outlets have also suggested that the 21-year-old would be open to the idea of heading to the London Stadium in the future, with Italian news site Calcio Mercato making the claim.

However, it is unlikely that he will be available for a small transfer fee, though. In fact, a report from the Liverpool Echo has suggested that he could cost in the region of £30 million.

He has been in exceptional form throughout this season for both club and country, having bagged 14 goals in 25 matches for Lille so far this season (Transfermarkt), whilst also netting a total of 18 goals in 24 games for Canada. He might want to ensure he gives a chance with the strike-rate that he has!

Furthermore, David knows where the goal is as he has never had any real trouble finding it, with a brilliant record across his entire career to this point. He has managed to score 64 goals and provide a total of 20 assists in 156 career games for Lille and Gent combined thus far.

Naturally, West Ham will want to make sure that they get to January and remain in a position to sign a player of his calibre, though, but there is every chance that they could be in the position that they need to be in.

The Hammers are flying high in the Premier League currently, as they sit fifth in the division, whilst they also remain in various competitions such as the last 16 of the UEFA Europa League and the Carabao Cup quarter-final against London rivals Spurs.