In-demand Ajax star Mohammed Kudus has, on Thursday evening, dropped a major hint over his future.
The name of versatile midfielder/forward Kudus, of course, has taken its place centre stage in the headlines in east London over the course of the last 24 hours.
This comes after word was forthcoming that the powers that be at West Ham had positioned themselves at the front of the queue for the Ghanaian international.
To this point in the summer, a whole host of clubs from across the continent have been tipped as potential destinations for Kudus.
The likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Barcelona are understood to have expressed an interest in his services at one point or another.
West Ham, though, on Wednesday blew the competition out of the water, in meeting the considerable demands laid out by their counterparts at Ajax.
Speaking to the media on Thursday evening, it therefore came as little surprise when the subject of his future was put to Kudus himself once more.
This comes after the 23-year-old enjoyed a night to remember, en route to bagging a hat-trick in a Europa League qualifier against Ludogorets.
He was not shy, though, in admitting that this will most likely mark his last appearance in the famed colours of Ajax:
“Yes, I think it was my final game here at Ajax. But let’s see what happens in the next day. The talks are going on. We have to see if an agreement is reached in the next days”.
Drawn directly on David Moyes’ West Ham, Kudus went on to add:
“West Ham? Good club, yes”.