They'll get a lift, as Michael Dawson and Markus Henriksen return, while the energetic Oumar Niasse is also ready for selection again after being ineligible to play against his parent club Everton.
Hull head coach Marco Silva: "We all work, our staff, our players, the supporters as well because nobody wins alone".
It might seem like a "back to square one" scenario, but you could say the Hammers have a better chance of signing Michy Batshuayi, now at Chelsea, this summer than they did previous year.
With nine matches remaining 12th-placed West Ham are probably just about safe from relegation, with 10 points separating the club from the dreaded drop zone.
West Ham now lie in 12th place in the table with nine matches of the 2016/17 campaign to go.
"We'll wait and see if it goes through and what they want to do with the technical staff and whether they want to improve the squad".
Brady told those suggesting the club are already looking for a replacement to "shut up" before Saturday's latest defeat and insisted they are planning to keep him.
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"They play football", the Croatian stated.
The Hammers have conceded more goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season than any other team in the Premier League (8).
Interestingly, he talks of players overperforming for West Ham last season when the team finished seventh, usually you would have club owners seeing that as a minimum to expect the next season.
Spending £30m on Batshuayi might seem a lot after this season, but with the potential still there (he's only 23), it would be an investment more than anything else. "You pay more but you are taking out insurance against the down side".
Hull have never lost at home to West Ham in the Premier League (W2, D2).
The 29-year-old, who joined West Ham from Hull during the January transfer window, has thus far clocked up 462 minutes over seven Premier League appearances. They now need to prove this, while the fans will be demanding rewards on the pitch for their loyal support in what has otherwise been a hard campaign.
They do, and they are unbeaten in their last three home games, so they will go into the match with a certain amount of confidence. They've moved, they're boasting, but none of it makes sense.