​England under-21 international James Tomkins is set for a move away from West Ham United after growing unhappy at a lack of match action last season. 

As reported in ​The Sun, the East London club will only allow the want-away defender to leave the club should an offer of £11m be received.

Tomkins has played a total of 206 times for West Ham, scoring a total of eight goals in the process, since coming through the famous academy at the club in 2008, forming a pivotal part of the club's recent success.

Following the Hammers' relegation to the Championship in 2011, the Englishman was an ever-present as the club returned back to England's top flight at the first time of asking. His performances saw him take his place in the Championships Team of the Year.


However following the recent signings of Angelo Ogbonna and Michail Antonio, Tomkins has found himself slipping down the pecking order at Upton Park.

In the Hammers' successful season, Tomkins made just 23 league appearances and has since been the subject of interest from numerous Premier League sides.

The Sun state that London rivals Crystal Palace, Stoke City and Tomkins' former manager Sam Allardyce's Sunderland have all enquired as to the availability of the 27-year-old. 

Slaven Bilic has received offers of £8m, however, the club has remained firm, insistent of the the extra £3m they want in add-ons.

The report goes on to reveal that all the money from Tomkins' potential transfer, will be reinvested into a defensive replacement.

West Ham are looking to bolster their playing squad as they enter the qualifying stages of the Europa League. The Hammers will also be aiming to improve on their best points haul achieved last time out in their final campaign at Upton Park.