West Ham United may give Diafra Sakho that they will be willing to give him a new contract if he continues to perform.
The striker spent deadline day trying to push a move to French side Rennes without the permission of West Ham which now made the club reevaluate Sakho’s value with the squad.
Sakho has scored in his last three games for both West Ham and country and won against Swansea.
The Senegal international will have his contract expired this season and West Ham are impressed by his performance which is why co-owner David Sullivan told the striker that he is too vital for the club to be sold.
While Sakho is referred as an integral player for the club, the striker also needs to compete with Andy Carroll and Javier Hernandez for the centre-forward role for West Ham which could still make the striker think of his plans come January.