HYS: Is it the end of the road for Antonio at West Ham United?

A few seasons ago Michail Antonio was one of West Ham United’s key players.

His versatility to play in various positions across the pitch made him a vital cog in the club’s machine, and he was rewarded with an England call-up.

However, in recent seasons the 28-year-old’s glimmer has started to dull and in the current campaign he has struggled to impress on the pitch.

Under new manager Manuel Pellegrini, Antonio has had to settle for a bit-part role as he has played in nine of the Hammers’ 10 Premier League matches but only as a substitute.

On Wednesday night, Antonio played the full 90 minutes of the Hammers’ 3-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the EFL Cup.

The former Nottingham Forest player was positioned on the left side of the attack, with Grady Diangana on the other flank and Javier Hernandez up front.

Antonio struggled to influence the game in any way and he also lost the ball numerous times.

His performance has led us to ask you if it is time for West Ham to part ways with the versatile player, who is valued at £13.5m by Transfermarkt.

Let us know by voting below.