By Johnny Edward:
West Ham coach Slaven Bilic has been boosted by the availability of Victor Moses for Saturday's trip to St James' Park to face Newcastle the Croats has revealed.
Moses who according to Bilic, returned to training on Monday, a day before the Hammers beat AFC Bournemouth 3-1 at the Vitality Stadium may play a part in the encounter.
"Victor Moses started to train with the team the day before Bournemouth, so he's available," he said in his pre-match conference on Thursday.
"We are thinking only about the game on Saturday and if we get a result then the bar is going to stay where it is or even go higher."
"We want to continue the unbeaten run. First of all you are motivated enough with the Premier League. We're playing well and want to continue looking up the table."
The former Chelsea star has missed the past few weeks with a hamstring injury and looks set to reclaim his place in starting eleven from Michail Antonio who has scored twice.
West Ham have performed above all expectations so far this season and find themselves in fifth spot; just one point ahead of Manchester United.