I noticed one of the eyelets on one of my hiking boots is very worn. The lace was fraying at the point of the worn eyelet, so I have put new laces in. However it does not look like the eyelet will last much longer.
Is there anything I can do to protect/fix/replace this eyelet?
In case it matters: these were cheap boots (£30-40), but have been perfect for what I do: dog walks, standing on the football sidelines, some country walks, general winter footwear, etc. Apart from this worn eyelet they are in perfect condition.
On the advice of the answer below, I took the shoe to a local shoe repair shop (in England) and they did this for £7. If it does not end up lasting, I'll try some of the other suggestions.