The 22-year-old forward will spend a week with the Premier League side.
Central Coast Marines forward Mitchell Duke has rewarded for his breakthrough into the Australia side with an invitation to train with West Ham United, The World Game understand.
The 22-year-old made his Socceroos debut in the disastrous East Asian Cup campaign last month and was one of only a few players in Holger Osieck’s squad to emerge with any credit from the tournament in South Korea.
Duke is thought to have caught the eye of the Hammers’ scouts after scoring against Japan and China, his first goals at international level, and travelled to England on Saturday to spend the next week with Sam Allardyce’s squad.
He is expected to return to Australia on August 17 – the London-based club open their season against newly-promoted Cardiff at Upton Park – and rejoin Central Coast’s preparations for the A-League campaign, which kicks-off in October.
Duke impressed during his breakout year at the Bluetongue Stadium, scoring eight goals in 28 appearances in all competitions to help the club to the championship.
West Ham have strong connections Down Under and previously had Aussies Richard Garcia, Hayden Foxe and Michael Ferrante on their books, while 19-year-old forward Dylan Tombides is currently part of their youth team.