Stewart Downing has slowed down in recent weeks after a hot start to the season.
West Ham United watched an even match turn one-sided as Crystal Palace would score three goals in the span of 22 minutes and the Hammers could only counter with a goal from Enner Valencia in a 1-3 loss.
With Andy Carroll and Carlton Cole both absent, Nene will likely be involved in West Ham's match with Crystal Palace at Upton Park on Saturday.
Newly signed West Ham forward Nene is set to make his debut for the Hammers against Crystal Palace this weekend.
Mark Noble has signed a deal with West Ham United that sees him signed through the summer of 2020.
New signing Nene will be working double training sessions this week in an effort to get himself fit after West Ham lost Carlton Cole to a hamstring injury during the closing moments of Sundays' game at White Hart Lane.
West Ham United dropped two points they were seconds away from securing by allowing Tottenham to score twice in the final ten minutes, including the equalizer in the final seconds, and the Hammers would come away with just a point in the London derby, 2-2.
Guy Demel should be close to full fitness by now but is not a regular starter due to depth at the position.
Winston Reid has returned from a thigh injury and will be available for selection against Spurs this weekend.
New West Ham signing Nene is not physically ready for game action as he just started training with the club.
West Ham have signed striker Nene to relieve some of the production they lost to Andy Carroll's season ending injury.
West Ham have been boosted by the return of four players ahead of this weekends’ derby at White Hart Lane while Cheikhou Kouyate has been given the all-clear after the midfielder fell awkwardly on his arm in training and was rushed to hospital.
Aaron Cresswell has returned to his early-season form in the past few weeks of Premier League action.
Adrian was sent off during the Hammer's 0-0 draw against Southampton in mid-week for illegally handling the ball outside of the box but has appealed the decision and won.
West Ham were dumped unceremoniously out of the FA Cup in a heavy loss to West Brom while Morgan Amalfitano became the second Hammers player within the last four days to receive his marching orders.