Antonio admits 'nothing has been ruled out' as transfer rumours circulate
West Ham striker Michail Antonio has admitted that his career in East London could be coming to a close in the final days of the January transfer window.
Recent reports have suggested that the Jamaica international, 32, will be allowed to leave the Hammers following the arrival of Danny Ings from Aston Villa.
Antonio is the Irons' all-time top goalscorer in the Premier League, leading the charts having scored 58 top-flight goals in claret and blue.
Speaking on The Footballer's Football Podcast, he revealed: "Nothing has been ruled out. There are talks, so whatever happens, happens.
"I've been here for eight-and-a-half years now, become top goalscorer for the club and I've loved every moment of it.
"Every single moment is somewhere close to my heart. I love the fans, I've loved my time at West Ham.
"It's just one of those things. I'm not saying goodbye, I'm saying basically if it happens, it happens and if it doesn't, it doesn't."
Antonio has been linked with Julen Lopetegui's Wolves as he searches for regular minutes in England's top flight.
Despite featuring in all but two of the Hammers' league matches this season, he has only completed 90 minutes twice.
The former Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest frontman has not found the net in the Premier League since a 3-1 win for David Moyes' men against Fulham last October.
Antonio went on to say: "I won't be upset about staying and I'll definitely be upset if I leave because obviously I've enjoyed my time here, but football is football.
"I've still got a year and a half here. I can't say I'm going because I've still got a year and a half left at the club.
"Players move and eight-and-a-half years at one club, I would never have thought of it because before I came to West Ham the most I stayed at a club was two years."