The club comes to an agreement with Ravel Morrison, with the midfielder looking set to leave during January.
The player had called in the Professional Footballer Association after West Ham withheld four-weeks wages as a result of fines for misconduct.
However, the pair have now come to an agreement that will see him pocket just £15,000 in salary and pay three-weeks wages worth of fines to the club.
The resolution looks to have paved the way for him to exit the club, although the fact that West Ham insist they have followed the disciplinary procedure fully, suggests there is no ill-feeling between the two parties.
Having said that, the player does look certain to leave Upton Park during the January transfer window, and manager Sam Allardyce currently has his training with the U21 squad.
With his contract running out in the summer, he is free to sign a pre-contract agreement, and talks with Italian side Lazio were being rumoured by Sky Sports earlier this week.