Danny Mills fears recent Rangers target West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere will struggle to find a new club as time goes on.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, the former England international claimed that while the 28-year-old possesses a “huge amount of talent” it may not be enough to secure him the move he wants.

Wilshere left West Ham last month after he agreed to mutually terminate his contract at the London Stadium.

The 34-time England international has so far failed to find a new club and speaking to the Super 6 podcast he claimed he would be “silly” to join another club like West Ham.

As revealed by Football Insider Glasgow giants Rangers pulled the plug on their pursuit of the former Arsenal playmaker upon hearing that the player wants to move abroad.

When asked by Football Insider for his latest thoughts on Wilshere’s future, Mills said:

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“The longer he is without a club the harder it is going to be for him to find one.

“People will start questioning his fitness and his injury record, which we have already done time and time again. How many games can you get out of him?

“He obviously has a huge amount of talent but is that enough?

“Suddenly he may have to go on trial to get that fitness back and if you are pushing yourself you can break down.

“The longer it goes on the harder it is and with all of these travel restrictions at the moment, it is not like he can just whizz off to America or China. It is not easy at the moment for Wilshere.”

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