West Ham drew 0-0 against Charlton Athletic on Saturday.
West Ham's pre-season preparations continued on Saturday afternoon, as they took on Championship outfit Charlton Athletic at The Valley.
Slaven Bilic's men toiled away in a 0-0 draw against the Addicks, and whilst the new Hammers boss will have wanted a victory, the fitness is the most important thing for the West Ham squad ahead of the new Premier League season.
The starting XI named by Bilic contained first team regulars like James Tomkins, Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia, as well as a host of young players such as Reece Burke, Reece Oxford, Josh Cullen and Martin Samuelsen.
After the final whistle, two of those young players took to Twitter to discuss the result, with teenagers Cullen and Samuelsen delighted with the support from the travelling West Ham fans.
The two players are hoping to make an impact in the first team this coming season, and Norwegian forward Samuelsen has the best chance of first team appearances.
The forward, signed from Manchester City earlier this summer, has been impressive so far in pre-season, and fans are hoping that the youngster can become a star of the future during his time at Upton Park.
Midfielder Cullen may struggle for first team football considering the midfielders at Bilic's disposal, but he admitted on Twitter that he was glad to get 90 minutes under his belt against Charlton.
Pleased to get another 90 mins under my belt vs Charlton today! Thanks to all the fans, brilliant support as always pic.twitter.com/NEanL47jYY— Josh Cullen (@JoshCullen8) July 25, 2015