Winrm commands through a jumphost

I’m working on some Ansible playbooks currently and have provisioned a few hosts in AWS to allow me to do testing, 2 windows and 2 linux hosts.

I only have connectivity into the new AWS environment I am working in via SSH currently.

I would like to be able to use one of the AWS Linux hosts which I have connectivity through too, as a sort of proxy or jumphost for testing the winrm connectivity and windows tasks in my playbooks.

I tested this out with using an ssh jumphost/proxy for the linux servers and from linux through the jumphost to a linux server in AWS works as expected and my basic gather_facts tasks all work and return values etc.

Is there a way to have an SSH Jumphost run winrm tasks, at the moment when I run something it just tries to make a direct winrm connection and ignores the ansible ssh common args…

            ansible_host: linux-aws.internal.domain
         ansible_user: "{{ linux_user_account }}"
         ansible_ssh_common_args: '-o ProxyJump="{{ linux_user_account }}"@linux-aws.internal.domain -o User="{{ linux_user_account }}"'

            ansible_host: windows-aws.internal.domain
        ansible_ssh_common_args: '-o ProxyJump="{{ linux_user_account }}"@linux-aws.internal.domain -o User="{{ linux_user_account }}"'
        ansible_user: "{{ windows_user_account }}"
        ansible_port: 5985
        ansible_connection: winrm
        ansible_winrm_scheme: http
        ansible_winrm_server_cert_validation: ignore
        ansible_winrm_kerberos_delegation: true