"He will have to have an examination then we will see, of course".
The Foxes looked to be heading for a third consecutive league defeat after Fabian Balbuena's first-half opener, but Leicester - aided by Mark Noble's dismissal before the interval - snatched a late point when Wilfred Ndidi's 89th-minute strike was deflected in.
"We have lost three games in a row now so it's not good enough".
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"My first thoughts are about Daniel", he said.
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini said: "I haven't seen the action yet so I can't give my opinion but I will say what I always say when those things happen, it is the decision of the referee". We came back in the second half with positive desire. We defended so well for the whole game but particularly for the 55 minutes with one player less.
West Ham put in a dogged performance against the Foxes at the King Power Stadium, holding onto a 1-0 lead with ten men for 51 minutes after Mark Noble had received a straight red card.
"When it was 11 against 11 most of the game was in their half and we dominated. They went down to 10 men and we didn't take advantage of that".
Anderson chipped the ball to the back post from a Snodgrass free-kick and Declan Rice headed it back across the penalty area where Balbuena saw his diving header hit the inside of a post before getting up to fire the rebound into an empty net from close range.