The season has drawn to an end for West Ham, which means some members of the squad will return to their parent sides after loan spells at the London Stadium.

Amongst those in Portugal international Joao Mario, who signed on-loan from Inter Milan in January to help the Hammers push away from the threat of relegation.

Although inconsistent, the Euro 2016 winner showed flashes of brilliance during his time in the Premier League and West Ham have been attributed with an interest in making a move permanent.

Mario, who’s time with Inter is at an end, is expected to be on the move away from the San Siro this summer but was tight-lipped on his future when speaking to West Ham’s official website.

“I’m really happy with the last six months and we will see what happens.”

“For me it’s been an amazing experience. I want to say thank you to West Ham for everything they’ve done, my teammates, and my coaches.”

Joao Mario was named in Portugal’s provisional 35-man squad for the World Cup in Russia next month and is expected to be a starter for his nation.