Many West Ham fans are desperate for David Moyes to avoid risking Lukasz Fabianski against Liverpool tonight.

Speaking to the media ahead of welcoming the Premier League leaders, David Moyes revealed the Pole could be back in contention after missing the last three games following an injury setback:

He’s very close and could feature. I’m going to make that call tomorrow. But he’s trained for the last few days. It would be good to get him back.

Fabianski has only made 10 Premier League appearances this season due to his injury problems, which you could argue has contributed to the team’s poor campaign so far.

West Ham re-signed Darren Randolph from Middlesbrough in a £4million move earlier this month and he poses as a more than capable back-up option.

It would be a monumental risk from Moyes to field Fabianski at the London Stadium when he’s still not clear whether he’s fully fit or not.

Plenty of fans took to Twitter after Moyes’ press conference and urged the Scotsman to leave him out of the Liverpool game as a precaution.

Should Lukasz Fabianski feature against Liverpool if passed fit?

Yes, we need him.

No, it's not worth the risk!