West Ham United's next Premier League outing against Wolverhampton Wanderers will be officiated by Paul Tierney.The Wigan-born official will take charge of this weekend's fixture, in which West Ham will be seeking to secure their first home win in the league of the current campaign.
Accompanying Tierney this Saturday afternoon will be assistants Constantine Hatzidakis and Neil Davies while Michael Salisbury has been named as the fourth official.
Meanwhile VAR duties have been given to Peter Bankes.
Tierney, 41, has taken control of five matches in the Premier League so far this season, during which he has delivered 21 yellow cards and two red cards - both to players of the home team.
Three of those matches ended in home wins, one in a draw and the other an away win (Brighton's 2-1 victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford).
His last game involving West Ham was the 1-1 draw with Burnley back in April, a game in which recent Hammers signing Maxwel Cornet missed a penalty for the visitors.