West Ham are braced to be without Mikey Antonio for much of the run-in, according to The Daily Mail.
The striker limped out of Monday’s clash with Wolves after feeling his hamstring.
The report states that he has undergone scans on the injury and while the severity hasn’t been confirmed, the Hammers fear he will have a lengthy period on the sidelines.
The Irons only have eight games of the season to go as they bid to qualify for the Champions League.
It remains to be seen how many games the striker may miss as the season reaches its conclusion, but one feels that manager David Moyes faces a headache over how to replace him.
The smart money may be on Jarrod Bowen playing as a false nine, although Jesse Lingard also offers an option; this weekend’s selection against Leicester will be telling.
Antonio has scored seven goals in the league this season, while also laying on five assists.