Robert Snodgrass has not had the best of times at West Ham United as he was loaned out just seven months after joining the club from Hull City.
In the second half of the 2016-17 campaign, the winger made just 15 appearances for the Hammers and did not score a single goal.
As a result he was sent to Aston Villa on a temporary deal for the following season, where he impressed.
In total, the winger scored eight goals and created 13 assists in 43 appearances for the Midlands outfit, while at West Ham, he has had 20 outings, registered three assists and netted zero goals.
Snodgrass has featured in all four of West Ham’s Premier League matches this season, all of which they have lost.
However, the winger is likely to drop down the pecking order when Manuel Lanzini returns to fitness.
Given that the Scotland international has not made a significant impact on the field yet, should he consider his future in January?