West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic has revealed the club have no fresh injury concerns heading into their last-ever game at Upton Park against Manchester United on Tuesday (10 May). The Croatian said all of the players who featured in their weekend loss to Swansea City ought to be available for the historic game against Louis van Gaal's side.
The Hammers are chasing Europa League football for next season, while United are still in the hunt for Champions League qualification. But Bilic admitted the West Ham players are sure to be affected by the emotion of the occasion.
"We had a regeneration training on Sunday and some of them were not out there, but they should all be OK for Tuesday night," he said during a pre-match press conference, according to West Ham's official Twitter account. "Of course we still have one training left between now and the game, but there is nothing major to report and all that."
West Ham will be without goalkeeper Adrián for the game at Upton Park and Carl Jenkinson is also on the sidelines with a long-term knee problem.
Meanwhile, Bilic admitted the game is sure to be an emotional affair for West Ham players and supporters alike, who will count the Olympic Stadium in Stratford as their new home from next season. "It is impossible to divorce the emotion from the game but it would be a big game anyway even if it was [not] the last game at Upton Park," the West Ham boss confessed.
"It means a lot to them and to us. It's big and can't be bigger as it's the last game and we both need to win it − it's massive," the West Ham manager said. "The players would be emotional even if just one of those things was happening, but with all of them, they will be extra emotional."