David Moyes is willing to let Nathan Holland leave on loan in January, according to a report from West Ham insiders Claret and Hugh.

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The 22-year-old has recently returned to full fitness after a suffering a serious injury whilst on loan with Oxford United.

He was really impressing with the League One outfit before his untimely injury.

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Holland will be desperate to kick on now and prove what he is capable of.

We at Hammers News suggested only yesterday that the 22-year-old Everton academy graduate would benefit from a loan move away from the London Stadium.

If David Moyes isn’t panning on using him regularly, then loaning Holland out for the remainder of the campaign seems like an absolute no-brainer.

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That is exactly what we could do, according to Claret and Hugh. It is claimed that Moyes is willing to listen to loan offers for Holland.

If true, his is a great decision for the Hammers. A move to a Championship club would be ideal for the West Ham youngster. He is at an age now where he needs to start producing the goods on a regular basis.

And five months in the Championship, preferably with a club chasing promotion, would do Holland the world of good. It just remains to be seen whether there are any clubs willing to take a punt on the Hammers starlet.

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