As it emerges that West Ham's bungled attempts to bring in Darwin Nunez have stuttered to a halt, the arrival of Luis Diaz at Anfield surely opens the door even wider for Divock Origi's exit?
Origi may not be quite the massive signing many fans were hoping for but the Belgian striker has shown discipline and commitment durinv a frustrating time at Anfield that warrants thecreward of a fresh start at a club where he can get more game time.
The Hammers sensational humbling of the Reds at the London Stadium earlier this year was a high point of the season so far but it was almost undone as Origi reminded fans of his considerable skills with a late comeback strike that left Moyes' men sweating to the final whistle.
With pace and power, and a decent goals per minutes-played ratio, he could be an ideal understudy for the overworked Michail Antonio.
Fingers crossed that we have done our homework and can make a decent last gasp move for Origi.