Our penultimate game of the season takes us to East London for a 12.45pm kick-off in the Premier League.
Fans won’t need reminding of the Hammers’ wins at the Lane in the Premier League and League Cup and Younes is determined to put that right.
“I know those results hurt, it’s a derby and we want to win this game for ourselves, the fans and for everyone at the club,” said Younes.
“Every game is important. We have to go there and try to get the three points. If we win there, maybe it will help banish the earlier results.”
Meanwhile, Younes insists himself and Michael Dawson are looking forward to a battle with West Ham’s England striker Andy Carroll.
“He’s a strong man, tall, powerful, but we have to deal with that,” he added. “We had a good practice last week at Stoke against Crouchy, so we are ready.”