The Hammers have a good squad and have some wonderful players, such as Javier Hernandez, Joe Hart and Marko Arnautovic.
The London club have not made a great start to the 2017-18 Premier League campaign, although one must acknowledge the injuries and suspensions they have had in the opening weeks of the season.
West Ham manager Bilic has admitted that keeping all of his players when they are fit is an issue, but the 49-year-old former Lokomotiv Moscow and Besiktas boss has said that it is a positive problem.
“With Marko Arnautovic available again following suspension and Manuel Lanzini getting closer to fitness, I am going to have more options soon,” Bilic wrote in The London Evening Standard ahead of the Hammers’ Premier League game against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon.
“For a manager, that is a positive problem but every Premier League club are in a similar position now.
“The question of keeping everyone happy then is a difficult one but unless you are really overloaded, every player can feel that he is an important cog in the wheel.”
West Ham manager Bilic has also welcomed the return to fitness of 27-year-old winger Michail Antonio.
The former Sheffield Wednesday winger, who has been on the books of West Ham since the summer of 2015 when he joined from Nottingham Forest for a transfer fee reported by The Daily Mail to be worth £7 million, has featured in three Premier League games so far this season.
“Another big positive for me was Michail Antonio,” Bilic wrote in The London Evening Standard. “Sometimes defenders will know what he intends to do, but stopping him is another matter.
“We were hoping he would return to fitness quickly because he is a beast but, in reality, after his serious hamstring injury he also needed a few games. Now he has them under his belt, he is looking better and better.”