As David Moyes takes in his final home game as Everton boss against West Ham, Phil Neville may be denied the opportunity to make a final appearance at Goodison Park through injury.
The Toffees' club captain, who will see his contract expire in the summer, is battling to overcome a knee complaint which has kept him sidelined in recent weeks.
Moyes has no other injury or suspension concerns to contend with, so may decide to stick with the starting XI which played out a goalless draw with arch-rivals Liverpool last time out.
James Tomkins is hoping to come back into contention for West Ham after sitting out their last three games with a groin problem.
Left-back George McCartney will spend the remainder of the season on the sidelines with a knee injury.
Rob Hall, Ravel Morrison and Paul McCallum have returned to Upton Park from their loan spells at Bolton Wanderers, Birmingham City and Aldershot Town respectively, so may be drafted into Sam Allardyce's plans.