ARTWORK resembling the work of street artist Banksy has reportedly been spotted near the ruins of The Crooked House pub.

An eagle-eyed member of the public snapped the artwork discovered this afternoon on an electricity substation cabin in the car park near to where the landmark pub stood.

It appears to depicts the Prodigy’s Keith Flint whose most famous hit was Firestarter.

Dudley News: The artwork resembling the Prodigy frontman Keith Flint who sang FirestarterThe artwork resembling the Prodigy frontman Keith Flint who sang Firestarter (Image: Adam Sale)

Adam Sale, who has been sharing pictures of the spray-painted artwork and signs reportedly found nearby which read Preserve Culture and Not Just a Pub, said: "OMG Banksy has just done a piece at The Crooked House car park. Firestarter - we all know what's happened."

The historic pub, famous for its wonky appearance, was loved by locals, pub fans and people across the country and it's shock demolition on Monday after a fire on Saturday August 5 has caused anger, upset and sadness.

Dudley News: Rubble ruins of The Crooked House pubRubble ruins of The Crooked House pub (Image: Matthew Cooper / PA Wire)

Police have since confirmed they are treating the fire as arson and their investigation was today continuing.

Do you think the artwork is the work of Banksy?