Another Premier League club Nottingham Forest want Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Dennis after West Ham’s attitude concern claim.
The 24-year-old Nigeria international who arrived at Watford from Club Brugge last summer where he scored 10 goals and six assists from 33 league games as he could save the Hornet from being relegated to the Sky Bet Championship.
Dennis has been linked with a move back to Premier League with David Moyes appeared to be in pole position to push through a £20 million deal to West Ham but the former Manchester United manager is concerned about character and attitude after a background check on the Super Eagles star and he feels he wasn’t a good fit for his squad.
However, according to The Sun Dennis could get another opportunity by returning to Premier League with Nottingham Forest coach Steve Copper hoping to lure the Yola-born attacker to the City Ground.
Dennis can be played anywhere in the front three due to his versatile ability and would add a real goal threat to his newly-promoted side.
The Nigerian forward still has four years left on his current contract at Vicarage Road with Nottingham Forest hoping to sign Dennis on a loan deal with an option to buy.
Dennis started his career with Kwara Football Academy in Ilorin before his European sojourn to Zorya Luhans, Club Brugge and Cologne.
Super Eagles forward with joined his fellow countryman and Nottingham Forest expensive signing Taiwo Awoniyi at the club if they pulled through.