Well what a turn around!
From 80k a week crock of the season to having a blinder and in the frame for a new contract! But will he accept a pay cut by half I reckon.
WHU co-owner David Gold has conceded that the club are willing to offer Kieron Dyer a new contract.
The midfielder has been plagued by injuries in his three years at Upton Park, but has managed to stay fit and make regular appearances for the Hammers this term – even starting the last two games for the club.
And despite the former Newcastle United man’s future in the game being questioned on more than one occasion, Gold insists that the club would like to keep the player if he should stay fit and appear in more than two thirds of the matches this campaign.
He told reporters: “If he plays two thirds of the games this season, why wouldn’t we want him to stay at the club for the rest of his career?
“A new contract is certainly something we would look into.”
Dyer’s current contract expires at the end of the season.