We take a look at five players who might want to head out of Upton Park this winter.
The January window is approaching and with that comes plenty of transfer incomings across the Premier League.
It also means plenty of outgoings as well. So who should leave West Ham in January? Here are five suggestions...
Talented, no doubt. Trouble, no doubt there either. It is clear the extra curricular activities of Morrison do not impress Sam Allardyce and they did not impress Russell Slade at Cardiff City either - who terminated his recent loan spell early.
QPR are keen so expect to see Ravel gone for good within the month.
Ricardo Vaz Te
The Portuguese attacker will forever be etched into West Ham folklore, but in recent times he has become a bit-part player.
He has struggled with injury for the past two seasons but now he simply cannot get in the team so a move would be best for both parties.
Another who has had his injury problems, nowadays he has to watch on from the bench as Aaron Cresswell and Carl Jenkinson excel at full-back.
He would make a viable loan option for plenty of Championship teams but West Ham would be reluctant to let go such a versatile operator.
The fleet-footed winger has already been linked with several teams recently as it becomes evidently clear he is no longer a part of the plans at West Ham United.
West Brom are keen while the queue is likely to be bigger than just one.
A talented left-back no doubt, but at 20-years-old the time is surely coming for him to consider if West Ham really is his future.
He was recently on loan at Portsmouth and a similar deal seems likely.