David Moyes is talking to the media ahead of West Ham's Premier League fixture at home to Sheffield United on Monday evening.
Following their 1-0 defeat in the FA Cup on Tuesday against Manchester United, The Hammers only have the league left to concentrate on, and a Europa League spot is well within their grasp.
West Ham are currently sixth in the league level on points with Chelsea in fifth and just one behind Liverpool in the fourth Champions League place.
The Hammers have had a hectic fixture list of late, but after the cup exit, Moyes will have fewer mid-week matches and longer to work with his squad on the training ground.
There are a number of injury worries for West Ham going into Monday's match with Angelo Ogbonna, Issa Diop and Andriy Yarmolenko all coming off at Old Trafford with ankle, head and knee issues respectively.
Michail Antonio was not risked due to a 'fatigue' problem suffered at Craven Cottage last weekend but the striker is expected to be fit for Monday's match. We expect Moyes to provide an update on the fitness of his squad this afternoon.
That's all from the boss today
More on Diop
He didn't and doesn't have concussion but the medical team wanted to be safe, it was interesting that Manchester United didn't take Anthony Martial off
On Sheffield United
They are a side which don't concede too many goals. They are always a difficult challenge and particularly at the moment.
We have got to do a job and we have to make sure we do a professional job and pick up three points
He settled in very well. He has had some rest and a chance to recover, so we will have him around on Monday which will give us a boost
It comes from having good delivery and players who are good at sticking their head on the ball. We don't go over the top working on set pieces
Performance vs Fulham
We didn't play very well on the night for various reasons but our form since the start of 2021 has been excellent
Not sure for Monday yet
A little bit of a knee injury. Balbuena picked up a calf strain in the warm-up so we couldn't use him on Tuesday.
Jarrod is fine it was a tactical change
Hopefully he will be very close for Monday
Diop's time to step up
It certainly is his time to step up. He is someone we really like and value so I am hoping he can step up
Issa is fine and was fine immediately.
Ogbonna injury update "It's a big blow he has been magnificent and his leadership as well. I don't have a time frame on it, we want him back quickly but my understanding is he doesn't need surgery. Hopefully I might know more in a few days
Issa Diop was the first man to be taken off under the new concussion protocols, however, the use of the new rules were not met with universal acclaim