Vote for your Player of the Month

Voting is now open to decide your West Ham United Player of the Month for November.

It was another successful month for the Hammers, as they claimed five points from their four games to remain in the top five of the Barclays Premier League table.

There were a number of stand-out performers, so now is the time to select your top player!


November's nominated players are:


West Ham's Spanish stopper Adrian is nominated after keeping two clean sheets in the month - taking his tally for the season to three. The first came in the 0-0 draw against Aston Villa, while the second was in a winning cause as Sam Allardyce's men saw off Newcastle United.

Aaron Cresswell

The 24-year-old left back opened his goalscoring account for the Club in the 1-0 win over Newcastle United which meant the Hammers ended the month in style. Cresswell has been a fixture at full back since arriving from Ipswich Town in the summer, playing every minute of every game so far.

James Collins

Another defender to make the shortlist is James Collins. The 31-year-old returned to the starting line-up at the end of October and has been immovable since, giving a number of whole-hearted displays to help the Hammers maintain their fine start.

Carl Jenkinson

Jenkinson has overcome a pre-season hamstring injury to firmly establish himself in the Hammers team since joining on loan from Arsenal. He started every game in November and almost popped up with a winner against Aston Villa when his header needed a save from Brad Guzan.

Mark Noble

The No16 reached a landmark in November, surpassing Steve Potts' record of 204 Premier League appearances for the Club. He did so wearing the captain's armband and in a winning cause as the Hammers saw off Newcastle, making it a memorable day all round.

Stewart Downing

Downing continues to shine in the Hammers' midfield and his impressive form was rewarded with an England recall in November. He scored and made an assist in the 2-2 draw at Stoke and returned from injury in the Newcastle game.

Enner Valencia

The Ecuador striker may have missed the last two games of the month with a knee injury, but he still played a vital role in securing the 2-2 draw at Stoke City, scoring a fine diving header before providing the assist for Downing's equaliser.

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