West Ham United want to keep Adrian at the club amid reports suggesting he is heading for the exit door, The London Evening Standard suggests.

Adrian has been linked with a move away from the club after being reportedly unsettled by the arrival of Joe Hart.

The Spaniard, who received his first England call-up, hit back at comments made by West Ham owner David Sullivan after Joe Hart’s arrival and he has since been linked with an exit.

Crystal Palace have been strongly linked with a move for the unsettled 30-year-old with Newcastle United also keeping their tabs on his situation.

However, Slaven Bilic wants Adrian to stay and fight for the number one jersey with Joe Hart.

Adrian has been at West Ham for four years after joining the club on a free transfer from Real Betis back in 2013.

After settling for second choice behind Jussi Jaaskelainen earlier in his West Ham career, the 6ft 3in stopper soon grabbed the number one shirt and made it his own.

During his time with West Ham, he has been largely popular but has also had his critics for the occasional moment of madness.

Despite feeling like he has been pushed to the periphery of the squad, Slaven Bilic still wants Adrian to stay.

The decision is entirely up to the Spanish stopper now but Bilic wants to keep him after Darren Randolph was sold to Middlesbrough.