The 24-year-old has been prolific for Blackburn Rovers this season in the Championship grabbing 19 league goals, leading to speculation his future may lie elsewhere.
“No doubt. I think in terms of West Ham, if Antonio is not fit, who is a ready-made striker to lead the line? They got rid of Haller, and are going to want to strengthen there. Antonio has had injury problems at times over the last few seasons where he doesn’t play every week.
“I think he’s a great asset to them, but Armstrong has that pace as well where he can run in behind and he can finish. You could see him coming into that West Ham side. And the way they play with somebody in behind Antonio, can Armstrong play up alongside the likes of Antonio?”
Should West Ham pursue Adam Armstrong?
Armstrong has well and truly risen to prominence across the last two seasons, having scored 35 league goals in 79 matches.
There’s no way West Ham can go another transfer window without replacing Sebastien Haller having failed to do so in January.