Frank McAvennie has argued that West Ham manager David Moyes cannot give any assurances to Grady Diangana about how much first team football he will get next season.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Jason Jones, the former Hammers favourite claimed that competition for places is too high in the current squad to be making promises to individual players.
The Daily Mail reported recently that the 22-year-old winger is seeking clarity over Moyes’ plans for him going forward, with Fulham and Southampton both understood to be keen on a potential move this summer.
West Brom, where Diangana spent a successful spell on loan last term, are also understood to be interested in taking him back to The Hawthorns.
But McAvennie has claimed that the wide man cannot expect to be guaranteed first team football with West Ham next term.
When asked whether Moyes should give him the reassurance he needs to secure his future at the club during an interview with Football Insider, McAvennie said: “He can’t.