West Ham attacker Mohammed Kudus is reportedly happy at the club and won’t look for a move away this summer.

The 23-year-old sealed a switch to the London Stadium from Ajax last year, in what immediately looked like an exciting piece of business by the Hammers.

Kudus has backed up the hype with a strong first season in a West Ham shirt, scoring six times in the Premier League, as well as netting on three occasions in the Europa League.

The Ghanaian has shone in attack alongside Jarrod Bowen, in particular, with the pair causing many teams big problems with their direct style and goal threat.

West Ham fans will be desperate to see Kudus remain in east London for as long as possible, and according to Football Insider, he has no intention of leaving after just one year at the club:

“Mohammed Kudus is not thinking about moving on from West Ham this summer, sources have told Football Insider. The Irons beat strong competition to sign the 23-year-old from Ajax last year (2023) and he has impressed in his first season in England.

“Brighton, Chelsea, Man United and Arsenal were among the sides linked with the Ghana international before his London Stadium switch. A well-placed source has told Football Insider that clubs across England and Europe are continuing to monitor his situation.”

This will come as a big relief to West Ham supporters, considering Kudus has already become one of the most influential players at the club.

The Ghana star impressed so much at the 2022 World Cup with his country, scoring twice in three appearances, but he has shown that he is far more than a player who shines at a major tournament but doesn’t kick on.

Given his age, there is no reason why Kudus shouldn’t get better and better in the coming years, although there will always be the threat of interest emerging from other clubs.

West Ham need to try and once again qualify for Europe, giving him a major incentive to stay put, and if they don’t keep building, it is easy to see his head eventually being turned.