A positive performance in goal from the Norwich keeper. Did well to keep out early efforts from Kevin Nolan and Guy Demel. Unlucky with the goal.
Lost his man for West Ham's goal and at times looked shaky at the heart of the Norwich defence. Grew into the game as the match went on.
Unable to support the attack as much as he would have liked. Kept Stewart Downing quiet for the majority of the game. A solid, if unspectacular, performance.
A quiet night's work for Martin up against Joe Cole. Defended well when called upon but could have supported the attack more.
Often put his body on the line. Defended well in the air and led well from the back. Did well to block Nolan's initial shot before West Ham's opener.
Scored a delightful free-kick to give his side the win. Despite this, with his side struggling to hold onto the ball, Snodgrass often looked a frustrated figure on the right-hand side. Ran tirelessly throughout and helped support Martin in defence.
Never stopped running but struggled in the midfield battle, finding himself outnumbered against Noble, Morrison and Collison. Very unlucky not to score with a thunderous long-range piledriver that clattered the crossbar.
Norwich's best player before he had to limp off injured midway through the first half. Often got the better of Guy Demel and whipped in a couple of good crosses into the box.
Scored a fantastic goal to wrap up victory with virtually the last kick of the game, though was often found chasing Morrison's shadow. Like Howson, Fer struggled to boss the midfield in the first half despite his best efforts.
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. After a quiet performance in attack, Hooper needed a penalty to open his Premier League account, but the forward won't care, finding the back of the net when his side needed him most.
Restored to his favoured postion in attack, Elmander enjoyed one of his better days for Norwich. Won his fair share of balls in the air, though still looking for his first Premier League goal.
The reason his side do not travel back to London with at least a share of the points. Having dropped a cross at Hooper's feet, it was a foolish error to commit the foul, presenting Hooper with the chance to equalise from the spot. Didn't move for Snodgrass' free kick.
A constant threat down the left, Rat whipped in a number of dangerous crosses. It came as no surprise when he opening goal came from one of said balls. Picked up a silly booking after clashing with Snodgrass midway through the second half.
Solid at the back, Tomkins was there to clear on the rare occasions Norwich put the ball in the West Ham box. Unlucky not to score midway through the second half.
Unlucky not to give his side an early lead when his header was tipped onto the crossbar by John Ruddy. Struggled at times to cope with Anthony Pilkington and his replacement Nathan Redmond.
Dominant in the air, Collins enjoyed a relatively even physical battle against Johan Elmander. Gary Hooper looked intimidated by the veteran. A decent day's work from the Welsh international, though committed the foul that let Snodgrass score the winner.
Thriving in his free role behind Nolan, the Norwich defence struggled to deal with Morrison all game long, with the playmaker at his best when on the ball. Deserved his goal but was notably quieter in the second half.
A quiet performance on the right from the ex-Liverpool man. Showed great work-rate but did not see enough of the ball. Needs to offer more in attack
Virtually anonymous on the left, Cole struggled to impose himself on the game. No longer has the legs to play in his anywhere but his favoured central position.
Spread the ball awhen West Ham dominated the play, he linked up well with Noble and held back well, allowing Ravel Morrison to do the damage in the final third. Withdrawn midway through the second half with his side in need of a goal.
Still adjusting to his new position as West Ham's false number nine, Nolan led his side's line well and did well to set up the opening goal. Unlucky not to get his name on the scoresheet.
Worked tirelessly throughout the game but failed to get forward as often as he would have liked. Linked up well with Collison.
Offered a lot more than Joe Cole after coming on, though that does not say much. His physical presence caused Norwich problems but he struggled to create anything of note.
Came on with his side needing a goal and did not provide it. Did nothing to convince Sam Allardyce that it is time to start playing with a traditional striker again.