West Ham were left with regret last night as a striker who David Moyes allegedly wanted to sign scored four goals during a thrilling Europa League encounter.
The Hammers boss desperately tried to sign a striker during the summer transfer window.
Unfortunately for the Scot, however, he failed to bring a new centre-forward to the London Stadium.
West Ham ended up signing Nikola Vlasic instead.
Only time will tell as to whether that one turns out to be shrewd business or not.
Perhaps Moyes will try to address his striker shortage in January in order to help ease the workload on the shoulders of Michail Antonio.
West Ham left with regret?
Leicester ended up signing the fleet-footed 22-year-old striker, however, for around £23 million (Sky Sports).
And missing out on the Zambian hitman already looks like a mistake from West Ham.
Daka was on fire for the Foxes during their Europa League clash with Spartak Moscow last night, scoring all four goals for Brendan Rodgers’ side during their 4-3 win.
The former RB Salzburg ace has now scored five goals in seven games for Leicester (Transfermarkt).
The Foxes fans will be delighted that they have him at the King Power Stadium.
Meanwhile, the West Ham fans will be ruing the fact that we missed out on the Zambia international.
He will undoubtedly go on to become a huge hit in the Premier League.