West Ham United has passed up the opportunity to offer permanent contracts to Nigerian strikers Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Moses in the summer.
According to Sky Sports, the Hammers have the option to sign Emenike and Moses on a permanent basis when their loan deals expire at the end of the season but have decided not to do so.
The 28-year-old arrived the Londoners from United Arab Emirates team Al Ain in the winter transfer market but his sporting rights will be retained by Fenerbahce in June.
On the other hand, Moses joined West Ham on a season-long loan in September 2015 after extending his contract with Chelsea.
The former England youth-teamer has enjoyed loan spells with Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham due to his lack of first team opportunities at Stamford Bridge.