It was the Argentina international’s goal against Manchester United on the final day of the 2006-07 season that cemented his legacy at Boleyn Ground.
That goal saw the Hammers retain their Premier League status, although Tevez was soon on his way to Manchester United.
Tevez went on to play for Manchester City and is now on the books of Italian champions Juventus, but he fondly remembers his days at West Ham.
However, the 30-year-old admits that he is unlikely to return to play for West Ham, but he insists that he is ready to help the London club any other way he can.
“Anything West Ham need, anything they need from Carlos Tevez, I will always be there,” the Argentine told West Ham TV. “Unfortunately, I can't give them any more years of my career, but yes, I identify with this club and if there's anything they need, Carlos Tevez will be there.
"I only have a few years left in my career, it's not as if I have much left, but I do have a great feeling with these people and it would be wrong from my side to tell them I will come back when realistically I know it will be very difficult…
”If I had a few years more left in my career and I was only in my twenties, of course I would tell you that I would come back. But it would be very unfair from my side to create false expectations to the fans, because they love me and they really don't deserve that."
These are honest words from Tevez and are likely to endear him even more to the club’s fans.