Felipe Anderson could return for West Ham in their crucial game against Watford.
Speaking at a press conference on Thursday afternoon, Hammers boss David Moyes said Anderson could be involved against the Hornets, but Robert Snodgrass remains unavailable.
The match is vital for both clubs in the battle to stay in the Premier League.
A win would take West Ham six points clear of Watford and a huge step towards confirming their place in the top flight for next season.
“We’ve got our noses slightly in front, and we have to try and stay out in front,” said Moyes.
“We have to do everything we can to stay in our position.
“We’ve not done the job yet, far from it. The players are aware of that. We have to at least win another game.
“We showed a brilliant mentality against Norwich and were unlucky against Burnley, but the players really picked themselves back up.
“We’ll try and be as ready and prepared as we can and will try and get a good result.”
Meanwhile, Hammers stalwart Mark Noble is in line for his 500th appearance for the club.
“To get 500 games for any club, you have to give him great credit,” Moyes said.
“He’s our captain and a really important player for us.
“I think West Ham should consider themselves lucky to have a really good player and a really good man at the club.”