West Ham v Wolves preview: Hammers without Manuel Lanzini
Last Updated: 10/01/16 1:12pm
West Ham will be without Manuel Lanzini when they host Wolves in the FA Cup third round on Saturday.
The Argentinian midfielder suffered a recurrence of a thigh injury against Liverpool last weekend and faces another few weeks on the sidelines.
Defender Winston Reid could return after a hamstring problem but winger Victor Moses (hamstring) and striker Diafra Sakho (thigh) are still missing.
Kenny Jackett could hand a Wolves debut to winger Michal Zyro, who signed from Legia Warsaw on a three-and-a-half-year deal earlier this month.
Goalkeeper Emi Martinez is back after a thigh injury which has kept him out since November but defender Kortney Hause remains sidelined with a hamstring problem.
Jordan Graham is rated 50-50 by Jackett after suffering an ankle injury in the 1-0 win at Brighton and will be assessed, with Wolves due to make a decision on Friday.
One man they will definitely be without is Sheyi Ojo. The midfielder was due to spend the season at Molineux but has been recalled by parent club Liverpool after a lack of match action in recent weeks.
West Ham have faced Wolves twice in the FA Cup, with the Hammers winning on both occasions in 1910 (5-1) and 2004 (3-1), but this is the first and only tie to take place at Upton Park.
The Hammers have won only one of their last nine FA Cup games (L5 D3).
Wolves have failed to score in five of their last eight Cup matches.
Wolves have lost their last four FA Cup ties in a row against higher-ranked opposition.