West Ham United boss David Moyes has reportedly given consideration to handing a trial to defender Steven Caulker.
After his exit from Queens Park Rangers last month, Caulker is a free agent and is likely to attract plenty of interest during the January transfer window.
According to The Sun, the 26-year-old could be given an opportunity to make an impression in East London as Moyes considers his options.
While Caulker has not played a first-team match since September, clubs are likely to be happy to take a punt on the former England international due to his experience in the Premier League and Championship.
However, Caulker has made just four appearances in senior football since October 2016.