West Ham United manager David Moyes is thought to have been watching three of Fulham’s stars in action in their victory over Leeds United at Craven Cottage according to Get West London.

The West Londoners beat Paul Heckingbottom’s side 2-0 thanks to goals from Kevin McDonald and Aleksandar Mitrovic.

It has been reported that The Hammers boss Moyes was an interested spectator at Craven Cottage with the 54-year-old possibly running the rule over Fulham trio Ryan Fredericks, Tom Cairney and on loan Newcastle United striker Mitrovic.

The Scot failed to capture midfielder Cairney during the January transfer window while the excellent form of full-back Fredericks and frontman Mitrovic is believed to have also impressed Moyes.

West Ham United look likely to avoid relegation from the top flight after a turbulent campaign at The London Stadium which has seen unrest between the club’s supporters and the hierarchy. Should The Hammers retain their English Premier League status, manager Moyes is likely to clear out some of the dead wood in the summer and look to bring several new faces to the club.

Fulham trio Fredericks, Cairney and Mitrovic have been ultra-consistent in the Sky Bet Championship in recent months and look worthy of opportunities to play at the top level whether that be with their current club or with potential new employers.

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