According to a report from Claret and Hugh, West Ham winger Robert Snodgrass remains an important part of Manuel Pellegrini’s plans.
The 32-year-old joined the Hammers from Hull City in January 2017, for a fee believed to be worth £10.2 million, according to BBC Sport.
Snodgrass, who earns £40,000 per week according to Spotrac, has gone on to make 59 appearances for West Ham.
The Scot has racked up four goals and 11 assists during his time at the London Stadium.
He has barely featured this season, however, making just one Premier League start.
That has led to suggestions that he could be moved on in January.
Claret and Hugh reported earlier this month that Snodgrass could be sold.
They contradict those claims today, however, suggesting that the Scotland international remains a very important part of Manuel Pellegrini’s plans.
Snodgrass’s current deal with West Ham expires in the summer of 2021, but the club have the option of extending that deal by a further two years (Claret and Hugh).
Much will depend on whether he can force his way back into the side before the end of this season.
On his day, Snodgrass can be a real asset for West Ham.
And if Claret and Hugh are to be believed, he has plenty more years left ahead of him at the London Stadium.