West Ham face a crucial relegation battle with Stoke City on Monday evening, where victory would push the Hammers closer to their target of avoiding relegation.
David Moyes’ side have pushed six points clear of the relegation zone following a superb victory over Southampton and a draw with Chelsea but their work is not done yet.
Victory for Stoke on Monday would put them just four points adrift of the Hammers and West Ham will know they have a stern task ahead of him.
However, they could be boosted by the return of two senior figures from injury as Claret & Hugh state a late decision will be made on the fitness of two players.
Both Andy Carroll and Manuel Lanzini are on the verge of returning to the first-team fold and are in-line to feature against the Potters, along as no setback occurs in the build-up to the match.
Carroll has been out of action since suffering a hairline fracture to his foot in December, whilst Lanzini picked up an issue whilst on international duty Argentina last month.
Lanzini could start against the Potters, whereas Carroll is more likely to appear off the bench.