After a really tough start to the season with four straight defeats, West Ham have recovered brilliantly to finish the season in 10th position.

This constitutes a really strong campaign for Manuel Pellegrini’s side, especially after early season fears that they may be set for a relegation battle.

The Hammers invested a lot of money in their squad last summer and were rewarded for this with a good season, but they will be hoping to kick on again next year.

It will be really interesting to see what the Londoners do this summer, as it will give us a really clear idea of where their board’s aims are at for the club moving forward.

Are they happy where they are finishing around mid-table, or do they want to push on even further to try to finish inside the top seven and even into Europe?

Here we will look at the 10 big questions for West Ham this summer and moving ahead to next season.