West Ham will consider the futures of six players once this awful season comes to an end.
David Moyes and the lads now look very well placed to avoid relegation after a struggle that has gone on for far too long but like last year there could well be sweeping changes on the way.
The manager is looking to strengthen in all areas and that will throw big question marks over several of the squad.
At the back Sam Byram’s injury record and general form has been closely watched this term whilst James Collins now looks certain to be allowed to leave.
Pedro Obiang too may find a question mark over his future after more injury issues and patchy form during the time he did play this season.
Domingos Quina – as reported earlier – is another whose future looks elsewhere and Reece Oxford’s form and attitude when returning from Germany, before being allowed to return, could see his Hammers career come to a close.
And finally Javier Hernandez’s stay could end after a year with David Moyes making it clear that he requires a more athletic presence up front.