Mourinho: Lukaku Out, Sanchez Back For West Ham Clash; Ferguson Will Recover

Mourinho: Lukaku Out, Sanchez Back For West Ham Clash; Ferguson Will Recover

Pedro Obiang and James Collins could return for the home side - they have both been training this week.

A lot of question marks were raised when Jose Mourinho made a decision to sit out Alexis Sanchez for the game against Brighton & Hove Albion on Friday night. Although, Alexis Sanchez, who missed United's abysmal trip to Brighton on Friday night is back in contention to start following his recovery from injury.

While United are still without the services of Romelu Lukaku, Mourinho can call on his superstar winger in hopes of securing second place. Phil Jones has also recovered from injury.

"So when you find one of them you have to value and you have to keep and in this case it's not about me, it's about the club, the club had a great many years from him playing football and now, when his body says is enough, the club and myself will want to keep the man".

"We need to improve defensively but all credit to the players".

Manager David Moyes says he will delay talks on his West Ham future until the end of the season, despite the club now being safe from relegation.

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

"A lot of people questioned me when I came in but we have done the job." said the Scotsman.

West Ham no longer a thorn in United's side?

Following 11 successful years with Everton, Moyes lasted just 10 months at Old Trafford after being handed the hard task of replacing the legendary Alex Ferguson.

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.