By Sami Mokbel for MailOnline
Published: 16:36 GMT, 17 January 2020 | Updated: 16:43 GMT, 17 January 2020
The controversial new handball rules will be reviewed by football's rule-makers next month, Sportsmail understands.
The current laws were introduced at the start of the season after the International Football Association Board (IFAB) confirmed the alterations last March.
The revamped regulations have proved a major bone of contention with managers and players this season.
West Ham recently had a goal ruled out after the ball was headed against Declan Rice's hand
And it is understood the Professional Game Match Officials Ltd (PGMOL) chiefs expect the new handball laws to be discussed by IFAB, the body that determines the laws of the game, in February.
The new rules have caused controversy this season, most recently last Friday when West Ham were denied a late equaliser against Sheffield United.
Robert Snodgrass' effort was referred to VAR, and eventually ruled out, after replays showed that the ball had been headed against Declan Rice's arm from point-blank range by Blades defender John Egan in the build up.sonos