WEST Ham are ready to offer Callum Wilson a "big pay-rise" to try and tempt him to join from Cherries this summer, according to The Mirror.

A report in The Sun earlier this month claimed the Hammers were considering a £35million offer for the frontman, who scored 14 Premier League goals last season.

Wilson, who moved to Vitality Stadium from Coventry in 2014, still has three years remaining on the Cherries contract he signed last summer.

The Mirror also claims Wilson, 27, is "open to a big-money move this summer" and is "considering his future" at Cherries.

The striker has three senior caps for England and was part of Gareth Southgate's Three Lions squad which finished third at the UEFA Nations League finals this summer.