West Ham picked up a second successive draw in the Premier League after they were held 1-1 by Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
Slaven Bilic’s men knew that they really needed the three points to keep the pressure on Everton in seventh and West Brom in eighth, having seen both teams win earlier in the day, but they found themselves behind after just three minutes when Troy Deeney slotted home a penalty.
However, the Hammers have been much-improved in the last few months and, although they struggled at times against the Hornets, they got themselves level 17 minutes from time when Andre Ayew tapped home after Michail Antonio, who was later sent off, saw his effort rebound off both posts into the Ghanaian’s path.
It means West Ham sit ninth in the table with just 12 games to go, but with an 11 point gap to the bottom three, and a deficit of 15 points to the final European spot, it looks like the Hammers will be battling in mid-table for the rest of the campaign.
However, while the club may not have loads to play for, several players do, with many of them still unsure whether they’ll be at the London Stadium next term.
Thus, here are THREE West Ham players who will be playing for their futures over the coming months…