3. Winston Reid (centre back) 2. Michail Antonio (right back) 11 11 11 11 5. Aaron Cresswell (left back) 4. Angelo Ogbonna (centre back) 7. Yaya Toure (centre midfield) 11 11 11 11 11 6. Mark Noble (centre midfield) 9. Manuel Lanzini (attacking midfield) 11 1. Adrián (goalkeeper) – West Ham are expected to strengthen in the summer, so check out their possible line up for next season by clicking the arrow above. Will the Hammers be the team to look out for? 10. Dimitri Payet (left attack) 11 8. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (right attack) 11. Callum Wilson (striker) West Ham may have just been knocked out of the FA Cup, but optimism remains high over their future in the Premier League.It was the Hammers’ final cup game at the Boleyn Ground on Wednesday, losing 2-1 to Manchester United, as the count down for their switch to the Olympic Stadium reaches its final stages.The magic of Leicester City’s campaign has taken a large chunk of the limelight away from Slaven Bilic and his side, but their progression is more than worthy of attention.Bilic’s men have challenged for the top four, now sitting just one point off fifth-placed Manchester United, and, worryingly for their rivals, are set to only strengthen further in the summer.And with such a momentous move approaching, the club’s owners will expect the Irons to be challenging on all fronts – not only the top four.So how might they line up in their first campaign at the new ground?talkSPORT has put together a possible starting XI for West Ham in the 2016-17 season – check it out by viewing the slideshow above.