West Ham are preparing for a crucial end to the season, as they sit seven points above the relegation zone with four games to go.

Although not mathematically safe from the drop, Slaven Bilic’s side should have done enough to secure their status in the Premier League.

Massive changes are needed this summer though if the Hammers are to bring success to the London Stadium, after what has been a disappointing campaign thus far.

Speculation has suggested West Ham will look for a new goalkeeper this summer, although Bilic stated in his pre-match press conference ahead of this weekend’s clash with Stoke.

“I had a couple of meetings and explained my decision, like I did with Adrian earlier this season. Darren is a great pro, of course he is disappointed but he understood my decision.”

“No, I am not looking for a new goalkeeper. I have two excellent keepers here”

Spaniard Adrian is tipped to leave, despite penning a 12 month contract extension, which could lead them to seek transfers between the sticks this summer.