Blair Turgott made a winning start to his time on loan at Sky Bet League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday, with a host of Hammers loanees also in action over the past weekend.
The winger played 69 minutes on his debut as the Daggers recorded a 1-0 home win against Oxford United to keep their play-off hopes alive.
Turgott had been replaced by Adebayo Azeez when Luke Howell struck a last minute winner to snatch all three points for the east London side.
In the Sky Bet Championship, Jack Collison came off the bench to make his third appearance for Wigan Athletic as they earned an away point against Bolton Wanderers.
The midfielder was introduced after 58 minutes and played his part as Nick Powell equalised for the Lactics with two minutes remaining, before Jordi Gomez missed a penalty in the dying seconds.
At Loftus Road, Ravel Morrison and Modibo Maiga both featured as Queens Park Rangers were held to a draw against Blackpool.
Morrsion played the full 90 minutes, while Maiga was brought on after 65 minutes as the R's hopes of automatic promotion continue to fade.
In Sky Bet League One, Jordan Spence's MK Dons side went down to a 1-0 defeat against league leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers to dent their play-off hopes.
North of the Border, Paul McCallum played the final 13 minutes as Heart of Midlothian staved off relegation from the Scottish Premiership for another week with a 2-0 win against Hibernian.
Dale Carrick and Billy King got the goals to give the Jambos just their sixth league win of the season.
George Moncur was on the substitutes' bench, but didn't make it onto the pitch as Partick Thistle scored late in the day to earn a 1-1 draw with St Johnstone.