Late goals by Angelo Ogbonna and Michail Antonio sealed a 3-1 win over West Bromwich Albion to edge West Ham United closer to UEFA Europa League football next season.
West Ham made a bad start to the match as Declan Rice missed a penalty before Matheus Pereira gave West Brom a 27th-minute lead, scoring directly from a corner for his sixth goal in eight matches.
But Tomas Soucek equalised in first-half stoppage time when he tapped in Said Benrahma’s low cross at the far post.
Aaron Cresswell then struck a post before the left-back’s corner kick set up Ogbonna to put West Ham ahead on 82 minutes.
Antonio added a third on the counter-attack with two minutes left after being played in by Jesse Lingard.
It means West Ham need only a point at home to Southampton on Sunday to guarantee a sixth-placed finish.
Relegated West Brom stay 19th on 26 points and have announced Sam Allardyce will step down from his position as head coach at the end of the season.