West Ham manager David Moyes is convinced of their hopes of qualifying for Champions League.
The Hammers welcome Arsenal tomorrow and are looking to make the most of their game in hand on fourth placed Chelsea.
Victory will see them maintain this season’s dream run by drawing level with Thomas Tuchel’s side.
When asked whether he has made transfer plans to account for whether West Ham actually do finish in the top four or not, Moyes joked: “The truth is, no, I’ve not got a plan for the Champions League – but I can’t wait to make one.
“At the moment all I’m thinking to myself is, you know: ‘If we can finish, if we keep going, how many points am I going to need in my head to get to European football?’
“It would be great if I could give West Ham supporters European football. At the start of the season, we’d have snapped your hand off and walked away.
“Obviously, we’re seeing an even bigger prize not too far into the distance and we’ve got to try and keep hoping that we can reach that.
“But we’ve got a run of fixtures nearer the end of the season which may give us a better chance of picking up points. We’ve got to make sure we’re in it right to the end. Keep pushing.”