West Ham have struggled this season following their move to the London Stadium, with the Hammers failing to settle in their new home.

Slaven Bilic’s side have secured just six wins from 16 Premier League matches at home this season and face difficult games to finish their campaign.

The Hammers host Everton this weekend before welcoming top-four chasing Liverpool and Tottenham to East London in the coming weeks, making it unlikely their return of victories at home will improve significantly.

Former England boss Glenn Hoddle believes he’s identified the issue for the Hammers though, as he told BT Sport he expects the pitch size to be altered.

“I think at home, the size of their pitch now is a problem,”

“I think they conceded 26 goals all season last year, now they’re on 27 already and I think that extra size, the length and the width of that pitch is working against them and I think that’s a problem to them.”

“They should have done that (change the pitch size) at the beginning of the season, I think they’ve got a cold on that one.”

“I’ll be very surprised if they don’t change that for next season.”