Aston Villa winger Robert Snodgrass is willing to give his all to West Ham United should he return to the club following the expiration of his loan deal at Villa Park, according to reports in The Evening Standard.
The Scot joined Villa in the summer on a season-long loan deal, and has been in remarkable form as of late, scoring or assisting in his past seven matches.
The Evening Standard reports that although both Snodgrass and Villa are keen to make the switch permanent in the summer, there has been no dialogue between the parties over a deal, and Snodgrass remains committed to the Hammers should he return to East London.
New boss David Moyes had been keen to recall the player in January, but the notion failed to materialise despite interest in bringing his fellow Scot back to the club.
With Moyes keen, there is a strong possibility that Snodgrass could be playing his football at The London Stadium next season.
Snodgrass has arguably been Villa’s player of the season so far, with the former Hull City winger in remarkable form as Steve Bruce’s side continue their push for automatic promotion.
The 30-year-old is enjoying his time in the West Midlands and is very much open to a permanent deal, but perhaps will bide his time before committing to explore all options available.
Villa look good for promotion, but should they fail, the promise of top flight action with the Hammers may prove too hard to resist.
Villa fans would be gutted to lose the player, who has become a fan favourite in recent months.
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