Goals from Diafra Sakho, Enner Valencia and Carlton Cole sealed the three points for Sam Allardyce's side - three points that took them to fourth in the Premier League table.
And Gold was keen to single out West Ham United stalwart Mark Noble after the victory, praising his 'passion' and 'determination.'
Mark Noble. West Ham through and through. Passion,determination and inspirational and it shows. dg pic.twitter.com/4t9CB5GjEz— David Gold (@davidgold) October 18, 2014
Meanwhile, defender Aaron Cresswell praised the Hammers' travelling support, who certainly made themselves heard at Turf Moor.
Great 3 points today.. Fans were class another big game next week.. #COYI— Aaron cresswell (@Aaron_Cresswell) October 18, 2014
And shot stopper Adrian joined Cresswell in crediting the 3,000 West Ham fans that traveled north.
Well done boysExcellent 3 points away!Amazing support of 3.000 great West Ham fans!See you saturday in Upton Park pic.twitter.com/5PB7q1DHrc— Adrián San Miguel (@AdriSanMiguel) October 18, 2014
Things get harder for Allardyce's men, however, as defending champions Manchester City visit Upton Park next weekend.
Hammers fans will hope their home support can get their side over the line, though, and their current form certainly puts them in with a chance against Manuel Pellegrini's outfit.