Having been blown away by rivals Manchester City, who are 19 points ahead of the chasing pack, United moved four clear of third-placed Tottenham with one game remaining to seal the merest of consolations.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho stated clearly that Frenchman Paul Pogba will be part of his plans for next season and will not leave Old Trafford this summer. I think we need both things that you told.
There was a more subdued atmosphere from the home fans at the end of another deeply frustrating campaign for the Hammers.
Manchester United have had it rough in the years since Ferguson's retirement.
Jose Mourinho has cast fresh doubt on the future of several Manchester United players.
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Marko Arnautovic has been in good form since the arrival of David Moyes and, after he had a shot easily saved by David De Gea, the Austrian was unable to divert the ball on target when Smalling miscued a cross by Aaron Cresswell.
Shaw was lively for the visitors and in the 35th minute he tested Adrian with a strike from around 25-yards out.
Mourinho picked Alexis Sanchez and Jesse Lingard to lead the line for the 0-0 draw at the London Stadium in the absence of the injured Romelu Lukaku, leaving Rashford and Martial - who both started the dire defeat at the Amex Stadium - on the bench.
He nearly gifted a goal to West Ham in the first half after he sliced a clearance back into the six-yard box, and one fan said that he's a "disaster waiting to happen".
A lacklustre United display was reflected in Pogba again failing to take control of the game. Joao Mario was alert but sent an effort into the side-netting.
A boring encounter only flared up in the closing stages as West Ham skipper Mark Noble raised his hands to Paul Pogba's face, but was only booked by referee Jon Moss.