Gianluca Scamacca – 80
The Italian is yet to get a goal in the Premier League but has been scoring for fun in the Conference League. The 23-year-old has seen a massive +6 since his big money move to East London.
Michail Antonio – 79
The striker has the same ratings as last year.
Pablo Fornals – 79
The West Ham star has seen a position change on the game from a left-midfielder to a central attacking midfielder.
Manuel Lanzini – 79
Lanzini has dropped out the starting XI this season but keeps a respectable rating on FIFA.
Angelo Ogbonna – 79
His pace has seen a downgrade to 49 and his injury has had it’s influence with his physical down to 68, which is surely too low.
Maxwel Cornet – 78
The new fan’s favourite has five of his six main stats above 70 making him one of the best all-rounders in the West Ham team. Just like in real life he can play anywhere but he is a left-midfielder on FIFA.
Aaron Cresswell – 78
Cresswell’s crossing is of course a huge asset scored at 83.
Said Benrahma – 78
The Algerian has been a bright spark so far despite West Ham’s bad start and he could be a good player on the game with 81 dribbling and four star skills and weak foot.
Craig Dawson – 78
Unbelievably, Dawson has not seen a biggest upgrade despite last campaign’s heroics. It seems very unfair!
Emerson – 77
The Italian has good attacking stats for a defender perhaps showing why Moyes has so far used him as a wing-back still preferring Cresswell in a back four.
Thilo Kehrer – 76
Kehrer has played more games for Germany than anyone else since Hansi Flick took over and is a regular now for club and country, But surprisingly he is graded at 76. This feels far too low for a someone who has impressed so much since his summer move from Paris Saint-Germain. He is a centre-back on FIFA but of course can also play right-back.
The rest of the squad are not rated as gold players (above 75).
Ben Johnson – 74
Darren Randolph – 73
Flynn Downes – 70
Conor Coventry – 66
Harisson Ashby – 62
Pierre Ekwah – 58