West Ham United transfer target Brennan Johnson would be an excellent signing for David Moyes.

Following reports last week from West Ham insider @ExWHUemployee, the Hammers are apparently interested in acquiring the services of the Nottingham Forest forward in the summer.

Johnson has been in great form this season, already scoring 12 goals and completing five assists in all competitions so far, and now he is attracting interest from some of the Premier League’s top sides.

At the age of 20-years-old, the skillful finisher has already made eight appearances for the Welsh national team and is starting to prove his worth to Forest on the pitch as each game passes.

In recent years, West Ham and Moyes have had a knack for scouting Championship talent with high potential and bringing them to the Premier League.

The likes of Jarrod Bowen and Said Benrahma have excelled this term, with the former producing 23 goal contributions in all competitions already.

Johnson could be the next star man to follow suit at West Ham and, for the right price, he could be a great signing under the guidance of Moyes and his coaching staff.

The in-form forward has already conveyed promises of his excellent ability to contribute towards goals in other teams.

Throughout his loan spell with Lincoln City in the 2020/21 season, he scored 13 goals and produced 14 assists to help his side reach the League One play-off final.

Now, with more experience, he could be ready to take the Premier League by storm and provide back up for a West Ham squad that is lacking in depth right now – especially going forward.

If Johnson continues to be a major goal-scoring threat for the remainder of the season, West Ham may prioritise his transfer and everything is pointing in that direction.