West Ham will be looking to end their season on a high when they travel to Turf Moor to take on Burnley in the final round of the Premier League on Sunday.
The Hammers have suffered a disappointing campaign after the highs of last season and can finish 10th at best this time around, but will need to beat Burnley to stand any chance of that eventuality.
Added to that is the 4-0 thrashing they received at the hands of Liverpool last time out, which certainly will not sit well with manager Slaven Bilic and he'll be determined to end this season on a victorious note.
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Bilic also conceded that the club will have to make some big signings in the off season if they want to get back into the top half next term.
"We don't need squad players," he said. "Take our last game against Liverpool. We were without eight players but still had a decent team so that shows that squad-wise, with the quantity of the players, we are okay. We would like to improve the quality in certain positions but I don't want to talk about names now."
The Liverpool drubbing ended a five-match unbeaten run in the league for West Ham, including an impressive 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur, effectively ending their title hopes, and they'll want to get back to that kind of form on Sunday.
Burnley, on the other hand, will be equally determined to win. They are currently 15th in the league standings but could rise above West Ham if they grab the three points, which would be a massive turn up for the books considering they were considered one of the favourites for the drop at the start of the campaign.
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Also already looking toward next season, manager Sean Dyche insists they are under no pressure to sell any of their star players in the upcoming transfer window.
"There's an appropriate time for everyone, there's an appropriate level of the market, there's an appropriate moment in everyone's decision-making when things happen," he told Sky Sports. "The good thing is now and for the last few years we've been in control of that and we still are.
"We're not under any financial pressure that's for sure. The club's in amazing shape. Although the market is tough for us going outside to bring players in, it's very strong for us if people want to come and take our players."
Burnley have a fully fit squad for the match, while West Ham could welcome talismanic striker Andy Carroll back into the fold but captain Mark Noble and Cheikhou Kouyate are out injured.