The former West Ham striker is encouraged by the east London club's success this season.
And he says he'll be 'chuffed' for a few of the West Ham players that remain his close friends.
Zamora told Sky Sports News on Thursday afternoon: "I know a few of them closely and I hope they can get Champions League or Europa League. I’d be chuffed for them if they could do it and I think it’s within touching distance for them."
The Premier League table has left a lot of different permutations possible with 10/11 games to go.
Manchester United, West Ham and even Stoke City can all still finish in the top four. Liverpool aren't out of the running, either.
Form-wise, the Hammers are in a strong position - but Wayne Rooney's absence (plus a few other factors) seems to have kicked Manchester United into gear.
If Manchester City drop out of the top four, meanwhile, that takes away a Europa League spot as they will qualify for the secondary competition instead of the Champions League after winning the Capital One Cup.
Can West Ham make Europe next season - and properly this time?