West Ham United have been linked with a move for Sparta Prague forward Adam Hlozek this summer.
According to The Athletic, Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal have asked David Moyes to sign the young attacker.
The West Ham manager has reservations about signing the youngster but has received recommendations from the Hammers duo.
The 18-year-old bagged 15 goals and nine assists in all competitions and has the potential to shine in the Premier League.
Soucek and Coufal have proven to be excellent signings for West Ham, and the fans will be hoping for more of the same if Hlozek follows his compatriots to the London club.
The Hammers need to improve their attacking options, and the Sparta forward could prove to be a quality option in the long term.
However, he would need time to adapt to English football and may not be ready to make an immediate impact.
Signing the Czech forward is probably a wise investment, but the Hammers need to bring in someone who is more proven at this level.
They are in desperate need of an upgrade on Michail Antonio, particularly with a Europa League campaign to navigate next term.