Alexis Sanchez flaunts his physique as he prepares for West Ham clash

Jose Mourinho was spotted returning to the Lowry Hotel on Tuesday afternoon following training at Carrington

Jose Mourinho was spotted returning to the Lowry Hotel on Tuesday afternoon following training at Carrington

Moyes, who took over in November with the Hammers in the bottom three, has fulfilled his brief at the London Stadium by keeping them up with two games to spare.

A lot of question marks were raised when Jose Mourinho chose to sit out Alexis Sanchez for the game against Brighton & Hove Albion on Friday night. This means that Sanchez should be available for the FA Cup final along with strike partner Romelu Lukaku, who is now in Belgium receiving treatment for his ankle.

There was a rumor that the Alexis Sanchez could miss the final against Chelsea in the FA Cup final after sustaining a knock in training, but that seems to have eased off slightly.

. Phil Jones has also recovered from injury.

"Manchester United have the Cup Final on their minds, while West Ham can now play without fear and perhaps with a little more freedom. We need a point to prove that." .

"But winning the FA Cup and coming second, you can build on that and we all hope they can compete for the Premier League next year".

Despite the pressure being off, Moyes insists his players will not be relaxing.

"When we came in we had nine points and it was hard, but I have to say the players have done the job, got the points and scored a few goals". "I have to say I have a top end staff and they have been really helpful".

West Ham face home fixtures with Manchester United and Everton to close the campaign.

The 24-year-old suffered an ankle injury in the Red Devils' 2-1 victory over Arsenal at Old Trafford earlier this season.

This has also shown on the pitch since his switch back in January and the 29-year-old will be looking to make an impact when he lines up for United against West Ham, as they look to seal second place in the Premier League.

With just one match to go, Manchester United travel to West Ham and both sides know their status has already been secured.

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