Skysports.com understands Jack Collison is set to hold talks with West Ham about his future at Upton Park.
The highly-rated midfielder has two years to run on his current deal and he is keen to find out where his future lies following the club's relegation from the Premier League.
Contract talks over a new deal were halted last year as the player recovered from injury.
Collison returned from 14 months out with a serious knee injury to feature in the last three games of the season and he also appeared for Wales in the recent Carling Nations Cup campaign.
West Ham are expected to lose a number of their top performers following their relegation and a host of Premier League sides are thought to be monitoring Collison's situation.
The player's representatives are set to hold talks with the Hammers and new boss Sam Allardyce to discuss his future options.