Despite the undeserved pressure manager Sam Allardyce is under, West Ham have had a pretty good season thus far.
After the disappointment of last season’s 13th place finish, and battling the dreaded drop zone for the majority of it, things had to change this term, and there has been noticeable improvement.
The new additions to the squad have all made a significant impact in some way, and are sure to carry on that impact in order to cement a place in Europe next season.
The likes of Diafra Sakho, Stewart Downing and Alex Song have rather stolen the limelight with their goals and incredible performances.
However, like many other players such as Carl Jenkinson, Aaron Cresswell and Cheikhou Kouyate, who have performed as good as Sakho and Song, and are not getting enough credit for what they have done, mainly from a neutral fan perspective.
So, here are FIVE Hammers players that have made a difference this season and gone under the radar…