West Ham United forward Javier Hernandez should consider his options when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Mexico international arrived at the East London club from Bayer Leverkusen with plenty of expectation last summer.
Hernandez scored some crucial goals during his time at Manchester United, but under Slaven Bilic and David Moyes last season, the attacker was relatively ineffective.
Moyes, who replaced Bilic as manager before vacating his position for Manuel Pellegrini a few months ago, played Hernandez out wide rather than through the middle.
This season, the ex-United man has started just one of the club’s four Premier League matches and has come off the bench in three.
Hernandez has played up front on his own, alongside Arnautovic or out wide as it seems that Pellegrini has not quite found the ideal position for the attacker.
The managers at West Ham have so far failed to get the best out of Hernandez, and as a result, the striker should be open to moving on in January.
Of course, if by that point the Mexico international is a regular starter and firing on all cylinders, then it is a different story.
At the age of 30, Hernandez, who has scored nine goals for the London club, still has plenty to offer at the top level, but the inconsistency at West Ham in terms of his positioning will not help him prolong his career.
The forward will have one year remaining on his contract at the end of the season, which means that the Hammers may consider selling earlier in order to get more money for him.
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