West Ham goalkeeper Adrian wants to be assured that he has a starting place at the club before he commits to a new deal, The Sun is reporting.

Adrian has only just made his way back into the starting line-up for the Hammers, replacing Darren Randolph after the Irishman turned out a string of error-prone displays.

Since his return between the sticks, West Ham have kept two clean sheets in two games.

Adrian’s current deal expires in the summer and he will be free to leave and join another club if he doesn’t agree a new contract with the East London outfit.

West Ham are reportedly keen to offer him fresh terms but with a new ‘keeper on their summer wishlist, Adrian might wish to move on.

Three Spanish La Liga clubs are apparently interested in Adrian, according to Spanish media outlet Marca.

Malaga, Deportivo La Coruna and his former club Real Betis are all monitoring Adrian’s contract situation and could snap him up on a free this summer.

In order to keep Adrian at the club, Slaven Bilic will have to promise the Spaniard – who received his first Spain call-up earlier in the season – that he will be the first choice.