West Ham are set for major changes this summer to improve their underperforming side and a surprise name has been linked with a move across London.

It was confirmed earlier this week that Chelsea legend John Terry will be leaving the Premier League leaders in the summer, although the former England skipper made it clear he intends to continue playing.

Now 36, Terry doesn’t have too many years left in him but a host of Premier League sides are keen to land the experienced defender’s signature- and West Ham have not ruled out a move.

Speaking to Sky Sports, West Ham boss Slaven Bilic stated that he believes Terry has a few more years left in his tank and refused to rule out a move this summer.

“He definitely has got at least a couple of years left with his quality and experience and leadership,”

“Whether that will be with West Ham or elsewhere I don’t know, we don’t think about that right now but I don’t think it is the end of John Terry’s career. He’s going to do well.”

“Every manager and club would think about John Terry if he’s available because there are not many leaders like him, but then again we have experience in that position, we have good players in that position, so never say never but to be fair I don’t think about that right now.”