Supporters are split over Andy Carroll in the run-up to the Summer. With a year remaining on his contract this June the striker could be sold if a decent offer comes in for the 29-year-old.
On Tuesday we asked over 1,300 Claret and Hugh readers in a poll whether Carroll should be sold at the end of this season. Nearly 56% believe the often crocked forward should be sold while just over 44% think he should stay for his final season.
Carroll has scored 3 goals in 3 games this year but has only managed 15 appearances in all competitions all season due to injury. He joined West Ham from Liverpool in the summer of 2013 for £17.5m. He has made 101 appearances since joining permanently scoring 26 goals. While on loan from Liverpool he scored 7 goals from 24 appearances.
Full poll results: Total 1,302 Yes (729) 55.99% No (573) 44.01%