Brentford winger Jota is in high demand this summer and West Ham United are among a trio of Premier League clubs interested in signing him, according to a report by West London Sport.

Jota plays as an attacking midfielder, predominantly operating on the right wing and cutting in onto his favoured left foot.

The Spaniard was loaned to Eibar in his native country for the first half of the season but returned in January and made quite the impact.

Jota scored a remarkable twelve goals and added five assists in just twenty one games for the Bees in the second half of the Championship season.

This extraordinary goal scoring form has caught the attention of West Ham United, as well as Premier League rivals Everton and Newcastle United.

West Ham currently have the likes of Michail Antonio, Robert Snodgrass, Andre Ayew, Manuel Lanzini and Sofiane Feghouli in the attacking midfield department.

However, question marks hang over the future of Snodgrass and Slaven Bilic might look to add one more talented player to these ranks.

Jota has emerged as a top target.

The 25-year-old will be available for about £8m this summer and he could be tempted by our offer of Premier League football.