Voting is now open for April's Player of the Month award.
Hammers supporters will decide the destination of the award, which goes to the best performer from the month's games.
Results did not go West Ham's way in April, as the four Barclays Premier League games played yielded no return.
Nevertheless, there were still encouraging performances in defeat to high-flying Liverpool and in the first half at Arsenal, which saw Matt Jarvis head the Hammers into the lead.
Jarvis is one of this month's contenders, after he regained his place in the starting line-up for the final three games of the month and provided a consistent threat.
His headed goal at Arsenal was a reward for perseverance after Antonio Nocerino made tracks down the right and forced a save from Wojciech Szczesny before the ball popped up for the No7 to nod home.
The Hammers' other goalscorer in April was Guy Demel, and he earns a nomination after notching his first for the Club in the 2-1 reverse against Liverpool.
Mark Noble has continued to turn in consistent displays for the Hammers, and having run further than any other player in the top flight this term, also makes the shortlist.
Our final nominee is Mohamed Diame, who has started in a central position in the last three matches and provided a mixture of power and dynamism to the Hammers' play.
To cast your vote, click here and scroll to the bottom right-hand corner of the page.