Cash-strapped West Ham United are set for a fire sale in January, it has been revealed.

The Telegraph says the club would listen to offers for Danny Gabbidon, Hayden Mullins, Nigel Quashie, Calum Davenport, James Collins, Jonathan Spector, Lee Bowyer and Luis Boa Morte. It was already felt that the squad was far too big under Alan Curbishley and new manager Gianfranco Zola is determined to have quality rather than quantity.

It is understood that there will be no pressure on Zola to sell any player he wants to keep and the club remain confident that they can challenge for a place in the Premier League's top six.