West Ham are aiming to keep pace with the Top Four as they head to rivals Wolves on Monday night.

David Moyes’ side are still in the hunt for a Champions League spot and the Scottish boss is set to stick with a largely unchanged side.

Pablo Fornals and Andriy Yarmolenko are both likely to be fit enough for the bench and Moyes could recall captain Mark Noble to add some experience to his side.

Hosts Wolves also have their eye on late European push and Nuno Santo is also likely to keep changes to a minimum.

Keeper Rui Patricio has recovered from a head injury picked up before the international break, but Daniel Podence is still out and Leander Dendoncker should come back in.

And it’s a 8pm kick off in the final game of the weekend at Molineux.

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