CHERRIES are set to offer star striker Callum Wilson a new five-year contract, according to a report in The Sun.

The England forward only penned fresh terms on a deal until 2022 last summer, but he has since been linked with a move to Chelsea and West Ham as well as making his international debut.

Wilson, 27, netted 15 goals in 33 appearances for Cherries in 2018-19 and was part of Gareth Southgate's squad which finished third at the UEFA Nations League finals this summer.

The report says Cherries will offer Wilson a deal worth around £26million over five years, the equivalent of £100,000 per week.

The Hammers are believed to be looking for a striker with a report also in the Sun last month claiming they were weighing up a £35million bid for the frontman.

Discussing transfer speculation heading into the summer, Wilson told the Evening Standard: "I don’t really read into it too much.

"When I was younger you’d listen to it a bit more. Now I’m older, I’m contracted here, I’m enjoying my football so for me that’s obviously going on outside, I let other people talk about that and I just do my talking on the pitch."