West Ham will trigger their option to extend winger Robert Snodgrass’s stay at the London Stadium for a further season, according to the Claret & Hugh.
The Scottish international’s current deal expires in 2021, but despite the player turning 33 in September, it looks as though the midfielder will be staying for the long term.
Snodgrass has been in decent form since the arrival of David Moyes as manager. The wide man has managed two goals and four assists during his ten league games under the guidance of his fellow Scot.
The form of Pablo Fornals and the arrival of Jarrod Bowen during the January transfer window has somewhat reduced his game time recently.
Snodgrass did not start the 3-1 win over Southampton or the 1-0 defeat to Arsenal last time out, but he remains a prominent first-team player.
It has been quite a turnaround for the former Leeds and Hull City star after he spent his first full season at the club out on loan at Championship side Aston Villa.