It is no secret that West Ham United are looking to bring in a new goalkeeper this summer.

It was a disappointing season for the two goalkeepers at West Ham.

Adrian lost his place in the starting line-up after a number of high profile errors but Darren Randolph also showed frailties between the sticks.

After some costly errors from the Republic of Ireland international, Adrian was recalled to the number one spot.

The Spaniard’s reintroduction into the team coincided with an upturn in defensive performances but Slaven Bilic could still bring in another goalkeeper this summer.

According to The Daily Mail, West Ham want to sign John Ruddy on a free transfer.

West Ham and Brighton are both weighing up a move for the former England international after he was released by Championship club Norwich City.

Ruddy is reportedly keen on a return to the Premier League and both West Ham and Brighton are looking for goalkeepers.

Brighton’s David Stockdale is out of contract and has not yet penned a new deal.

Middlesbrough, Fulham and Sunderland are three alternative options for the 30-year-old, who spent seven years at Norwich.

However, Ruddy will look to see if a Premier League club want him before assessing those options.