West Ham's great season has hit something of a stumbling block, with Sam Allardyce's men going five games in all competitions without a win.
Two defeats and three draws have slightly dampened spirits, and the ongoing saga over Winston Reid's contract situation with the club is another concern.
The 26-year-old New Zealand international is out of contract at the end of this season, and manager Allardyce even admitted that Reid doesn't have any future with the club given that he seemingly has no intention of signing a new deal to stay with the Hammers.
In a bid to prevent a similar situation happening in the future, West Ham are reportedly set to offer a new contract to goalkeeper Adrian.
The 28-year-old Spaniard joined in 2013 from Real Betis, and was initially considered to be something of a backup to Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Yet now, Adrian is one of the top goalkeepers in the Premier League after a superb season between the sticks for West Ham - leading the Hammers to pursue a new contract.
Adrian's current contract expires in 2016, meaning he has just 18 months left to run on his deal - and it seems they may have learned their lesson from the Reid situation by offering him a new two-year extension.