Angelo Ogbonna and his teammates were put through their paces at Rush Green
Mark Noble keeps his eye on the ball
Should he play, Felipe Anderson will be looking to add to his goal in the second round against Charlton
Lukasz Fabianski juggles the ball
Tomas Soucek controls the ball
Jack Wilshere was among those out on the grass
Captain Mark Noble will be hoping to have fully recovered from a toe injury
Former Hull City goalscorer Jarrod Bowen will eagerly anticipate Tuesday's game
Darren Randolph started against Charlton Athletic in the second round last week
Josh Cullen was all smiles in east London
Ben Johnson heads out onto the pitch
Manuel Lanzini was impressive in the 3-0 win over Charlton in the last round
Declan Rice sported the captain's armband against Arsenal
Jarrod Bowen could be seen typically grafting
Robert Snodgrass is another Hammer who counts Hull City among his former clubs
Aaron Cresswell played as one of three centre-backs against Arsenal
Fabian Balbuena will hope to build on his Carabao Cup display last week
Issa Diop enjoyed Monday's session
Michail Antonio got his name on the scoresheet in North London on Saturday evening
Pablo Fornals could orchestrate another fine midfield display against Hull
West Ham United stepped up their preparations on Monday afternoon for their Carabao Cup third-round tie with Hull City.
Looking to build on a promising display in their previous outing at Arsenal, the Hammers could once again be seen putting in the hard yards at Rush Green as they look to give themselves the best possible odds of advancing to the fourth round on Tuesday evening.
The game against Hull City will be played without supporters present due to COVID-19 pandemic guidelines, but UK-based fans will be able to watch the match via the Carabao Cup official live streaming platform.
Club photographer Arfa Griffiths was behind the lens at Rush Green, snapping the best of the training ground action.