Bristol City boss Keith Millen is waiting for the managerial vacancy at West Ham to be sorted before making moves for Hammers loanee Jordan Spence. The England Under-21s defender spent two months on loan at Ashton Gate before being recalled by the Hammers to play in their Premier League run-in which has seen them relegated to the Championship.
Millen told City's official website: "Everything is up in the air at West Ham at the moment and with regards to Jordan, I don't know whether that is a good thing or a bad thing."
He added: "As I've said before, we are monitoring the situation and we would be interested in speaking to Jordan if there is a chance he will be available."
Any club looking to sign Spence would be required to pay a compensation fee as he is under the age of 24.