The former Manchester United manager was in the stands to watch as Sam Allardyce got the best of presents for his 60th birthday.
West Ham United's rise through the ranks continues.
Sam Allardyce's side are now fourth in the Premier League table, having beaten Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor yesterday.
And the victory produced several memorable images for the Hammers, as well as some very happy players...
"It was a brilliant win away from home and another three points that we needed," a delighted Carlton Cole, who scored his side's third goal, told West Ham's official website.
"We knew it wouldn't be easy and we had to set our stall out early and make sure they didn't score. As the game went on we knew we could break them down and that's what the boys did, so fair play to all the lads involved."
And, after making his 200th Premier League appearance, Mark Noble said: "I didn't even know it was my 200th Premier League appearance to be honest! But it's nice to reach it - it's a good marker when they're 38-game seasons.
"It's nice to get to 200 with a win too. It was important that we weathered their storm and stayed at 0-0 [at that stage], then come out for the second half and show our quality. We did that and deservedly got the win."