Jamie O’Hara tipped Chelsea and Liverpool to claim the final Champions League places despite West Ham’s magnificent form.
Leicester and the Hammers are third and fourth respectively before the last seven games of the season.
The race for the top four heats up with just four points separating the Foxes in third and Liverpool in sixth.
Tottenham are not entirely out of the race and are only three points behind.
West Ham’s success this season has been quite remarkable considering they were battling relegation last season, finishing 16th with just 39 points.
Ex-Spurs defender O’Hara thinks it’s all about playing, but the quality of Chelsea and Liverpool can make the difference.
“If they make the top four, then Moyes is up for manager of the season – he’s in it because it’s an incredible turnaround,” O’Hara told talkSPORT Breakfast.
“It shows what happens when all of a sudden you can get a team to go in the right direction and fight for each other.
“You don’t have to have the best players in the Premier League to get results, it’s about the team.
“They built that at West Ham this season. With Stuart Pearce there, Kevin Nolan too, Mark Noble is still a massive leader.
“They have the right group of people and all of them have pushed in the right direction.
“Jesse Lingard was an incredible signing for them. Everything is for playing.
“I still think Chelsea and Liverpool are the teams you need to care about the most for this top four.
“Leicester must now start to worry as the teams have caught up to them.
“Chelsea and Liverpool need to go there and have the best players.
“It’s all for playing and it will be an incredible achievement if they (West Ham) do it.”