West Ham forward Michail Antonio said they will not give up on their dream of securing Champions League football after he scored twice in a comeback victory over Burnley.
The Hammers moved up to fifth place in the table, just three points behind Chelsea in fourth, with four games of the season remaining.
Chris Wood scored from a penalty to give Burnley the lead before Antonio headed in Vladimir Coufal’s teasing cross and poked in Said Benrahma’s delivery eight minutes later.
Antonio, who returned after four weeks out with a hamstring injury, said: “It would be unbelievable. Everybody wants to play in the Champions League.
“I have been here a few years and there have been so many seasons we were fighting to stay in the league and now we have the opportunity for top four.
“We are not going to give up on it. We will keep fighting, keep pushing.”
West Ham boss David Moyes said: “We want to take it down to the final day and try to sneak in. It will probably need us to win all four games.
“Europe would be an incredible achievement. I think I’ll be disappointed if we don’t get there now.”
West Ham created numerous chances to extend their lead after Antonio’s double but Burnley could have made it 2-2 when Jay Rodriguez lashed a shot wide from close range.
Burnley remain nine points above the relegation zone in 16th place.