West Ham still in the hunt for a new striker but would welcome Tottenham’s Parker

West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan admits the club would still love to sign another quality striker.

West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan admits the club would still love to sign another quality striker.

The Hammers have already added Andy Carroll from Liverpool this summer and would like another goalscorer in their squad but Sullivan also revealed that the Hammers are keen to get Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker back to Upton Park.

"We need goal scorers not defenders," Sullivan told fans on Twitter. "We have to focus wages on strikers due to wage cap but would love Scott back if there was room."

He added: "We are happy with the rest of the team. All we need now is pace and goals."

 
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