The Hammers are currently pushing for a top four place.
The Hammers are currently fighting on two fronts as the season draws to it’s conclusion as they compete in the Premier League and the FA Cup.
In the league they have a top four place up for grabs as they sit three points behind fourth placed Manchester City.
Meanwhile, there is an FA Cup semi final place up for grabs if they can overcome Manchester United in their quarterfinal replay.
And despite what some would consider a tough run in for them, Byram is confident that it will be a good one.
“I’m feeling positive [ahead of the final run-in],” he told whufc.com.
“I think we’ve done well in the run up of games, and we’ve been unlucky with some results but the performances have been up there.”
“We haven’t got an easy run so it will be tough but the lads are in a good place and I think we’re going to have a good end to the season.”
It will certainly be interesting to see where West Ham turn their attention to with both competitions up for grabs.
A Champions League place is certainly up for grabs, but with Manchester City now having pulled away slightly, perhaps the FA Cup represents a better opportunity.
That would certainly appease the fans, who are eyeing the famous old trophy as the perfect send off for the Boleyn Ground.