The Hammers have released a ‘treble’ t-shirt, marking their three victories of the White Hart Lane club in 2013-14.
Tottenham had an underwhelming season by their lofty standards in 2013-14, with a sixth-placed finish a disappointment for a club with Champions League ambitions.
However, a number of the darkest moments of the campaign came against age-old rivals West Ham.
The Hammers beat Spurs three times last term – and seem intent on rubbing it in with the release of a new ‘treble’ t-shirt.
Sam Allardyce’s men beat a high-flying Spurs 3-0 at White Hart Lane early in the season to mark the start of the side’s downfall under Andre Villas-Boas.
With Tim Sherwood at the helm, the Upton Park side eliminated Spurs from the Capital One Cup before beating them 2-0 at home in the league.
The Hammers have become something of a bogey side for Tottenham and have won four of the last eight meetings between the teams in all competitions.
West Ham did not have a great season themselves, but it appears that they are trying to make the most of the campaign by rubbing their neighbours’ noses in the dirt.