The Hammers beat Hull City 3-0 at Upton Park on Sunday afternoon.
West Ham United got back to winning ways on Sunday afternoon and prompted plenty of celebration on Twitter after beating Hull City 3-0 at Upton Park.
The east London side never looked troubled after half-time, despite a relatively poor first-half showing against Steve Bruce's men.
Andy Carroll opened the scoring with a poacher's goal from close range, before Morgan Amalfitano and Stewart Downing sealed the win for Sam Allardyce's side.
West Ham's victory, though, was a condemnation of the sorry state of affairs Hull are currently in. Bruce is without a long list of injured players, while those out on the field are not putting in good enough displays for the Tigers - it is as simple as that.
That is hardly West Ham's concern, however, and the Hammers are back to seventh in the Premier League table, just four points off fourth-placed Manchester United.
As such, vice-chairman Karren Brady took to Twitter to celebrate the victory over Hull, while goalscorer Andy Carroll also tweeted after the win. Several other West Ham stars, too, graced the social media world with their presence, including defender Aaron Cresswell and goalkeeper Adrian...
what a great win, 3-0 and super football played by @whufc_official— Karren Brady (@karren_brady) January 18, 2015
Nothing better than a tap in. Tap tap tappy-roo!!! Good win 3-0 http://t.co/gTRyMEpdZf— Andy Carroll (@AndyTCarroll) January 18, 2015
Another big 3 points today.. Not the best first half but thought we thought hard second half an got the job done.. Onwards an upwards #COYI— Aaron cresswell (@Aaron_Cresswell) January 18, 2015