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Friday 7 February Updated Wednesday 18 February

Voting open for Goal of the Month

The whufc.com fan vote is now open for January's West Ham United Goal of the Month.

We've got five fantastic strikes for you to enjoy in our video below - then don't forget to have your say by voting. You can find details of how to vote at the bottom of this page.

Mohamed Diame v Fulham

The Senegalese midfielder notched West Ham's first goal of the New Year, collecting a kick from Jussi Jaaskelainen before turning and finishing beyond a helpless David Stockdale in the Fulham goal.

Carlton Cole v Cardiff City

The No24 notched his fourth goal of the campaign to set the Hammers on their way to victory over Cardiff. Cole produced an emphatic finish after Matt Jarvis had been picked out by Matt Taylor to lay the ball across goal.

Mark Noble v Cardiff City

West Ham wrapped up the points at Cardiff thanks to a last minute goal from Mark Noble, who finished low past David Marshall after Andy Carroll - making his first appearance of the season - held the ball up well down the right hand side.

Lewis Page - U18s v Southampton

Academy defender Lewis Page notched for the U18s away at Southampton, rounding off a move which opened up Southamptondown the left hand side.

Kieran Bywater - U18s v Chelsea

Kieran Bywater's rich vein of goalscoring form continued against Chelsea when he slid a neat finish across the goalkeeper and into the bottom right-hand corner.

To cast your vote, click here and scroll to the bottom right-hand corner of the page.

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