West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has revealed there is still no movement in a proposed exit for striker Marko Arnautovic.
The Austrian's agent last week suggested his brother wanted a move to China, with West Ham reportedly having been offered £35m for a player they acquired for £20m last year from Stoke City.
The Hammers however released a statement suggesting they would not be willing to sell, insisting Arnautovic had a contract they anticipated he would honour.
Ahead of this weekend's trip to Bournemouth, where West Ham are 5/2 to win, Pellegrini has revealed the forward is working well in training.
"He is working with the team without any problem. He has a contract here so we will know what happens with that in the coming days," said the Chilean.
"Of course you can't blame him [for wanting the move], he knows what is the best option for him and now we will see what happens between the clubs. I don't think that the player will refuse to play."
Meanwhile Pellegrini has suggested that former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri has returned to English football with a point to prove.
The 31-year-old ex-French international impressed last weekend on his debut as West Ham overcame Arsenal at the London Stadium.
"He has a lot of quality, in the way he wants to get some revenge in football. His quality, we never had any doubts about him," Pellegrini said.
West Ham are 20/1 to beat Bournemouth 2-0 at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday, while the game is 11/4 to end level.
Last weekend's match-winner Declan Rice continues to impress his boss.
"He is a player that will continue improving, he is just 20-years-old so he has a lot of time to continue growing as a player. I think he can play both positions [centre back and midfield] but I repeat that he is improving every day," added the West Ham boss.
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