Mark Noble – B
Every West Ham fan will miss him. His goodbye was emotional and one of the most memorable at the London Stadium. His influence and legacy isn’t about trophies, it’s about his leadership and tutorship of young players as well as keeping the club in touch with it’s values. He scored in Europe against Rapid Vienna so he can tick that off too. It’s a shame that 90th minute penalty miss versus Man United could cost West Ham Europa League qualification.
Alex Kral – E
He never really got given a proper chance but we must trust Moyes’ judgement and conclude he wasn’t quite good enough.
Manuel Lanzini – B
He has enjoyed a comeback year this season. Not many would’ve thought he’d become a vital member of the team again. He as played well in a deeper midfield position as well as in the No.10 role. His passing through the lines, ability to dribble well in tight spaces and his added bite in tackles are all great but he needs to add more goals and assists to his game. West Ham should sign a new attacking midfielder capable of doing that this summer as there is still a Jesse Lingard shaped void in the midfield. His goal away at Crystal Palace is the most aesthically pleasing you will watch.
Said Benrahma – B
The Algerian is another difficult one to judge, he splits opinion like no other. At times he is magical and in other moment he is irrelevant on the pitch. He has improved a lot since his arrival in East London but there’s always the belief he can do more. Statistically, his 11 goals and six assits in all competitions is a good return. He has only completed a full 90 minutes on seven occasions – Moyes loves to sub him off.
Nikola Vlasic – D
He has shown glimpses of talent in a West Ham shirt but it just hasn’t been enough. There is a belief among some fans he should be given more of a chance and get to play behind the striker in his preffered position rather than on the left flank. The Croatian’s national team boss made comments hinting at him leaving the club this summer and maybe thankfully the Hammers may not have to pay all the £25million fee to CSKA Moscow when signing him due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Pablo Fornals – A
Hard work, passion and techinal skill spring to mind when you think about Fornals. He is a real fan’s favourite and he is so important to the way the team sets up. The Spaniard has the quality to create chances, score the occassional goal, press well on top of never being scared of a tackle. He also seems to never be injured starting 84% of Premier League matches.