The loanees are both set to leave the club at the end of the season.
West Ham United play their final game of the season on Sunday, taking on Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium with hope still alive of making the Europa League.
It comes after their emotional 3-2 win against Manchester United in the final game ever at the Boleyn Ground.
They will now be hoping to finish the season on a high by defeating Stoke and have been hard in training this week in order to prepare for the game.
For two of the players pictured in action at Chadwell Heath this weekend might very well be their final game for West Ham.
Moses is currently on a season long loan from Chelsea whilst Emenike is at the club from Fenerbahce – after making the move in the winter.
Moses, who has scored just twice in 26 appearances for West Ham since his arrival is not expected to be signed on permanently this summer. Emenike, who has manged two goals in 15 appearances, is also not believed to have impressed the club enough to have earned a permanent switch.
Both will hope to sign off with a bang against The Potters this weekend.