Seb Haller is facing a fitness test for the match against Burnley tomorrow evening at the London Stadium.
The striker was training yesterday and there are hopes that he will be able to take a place on the bench for a game which could see the Hammers all but clear away any relegation fears.
It’s hugely unlikely – should he be fit enough – that the manager would play him ahead of Michail Antonio in a side which has looked in very good form over the last two games.
The Hammers expect to be unchanged anyway as they meet a Burnley side who have collected five points from their four games following the resumption of the Premier League.
They were able to welcome Jay Rodriguez back into the starting line-up against Sheffield United but lost Ben Mee (thigh strain) and Jack Cork (ankle) to what are reported to be potentially season-ending injuries.