The West Ham co-owner is very pleased with himself and his colleagues & staff.
West Ham United's transfer window had three different stages.
There was stage one: delight for fans as the likes of Dimitri Payet and Angelo Ogbonna were brought to Upton Park.
There was stage two: where no one else was signed and fans grew more and more frustrated with a lack of activity.
Then there was Deadline Day - the final stage - during which the Hammers signed no less than four players: Alex Song, Michail Antonio, Nikica Jelavic and Victor Moses.
And there was naturally plenty of praise and encouragement after such a surge of signings at West Ham. Co-owner David Gold was one of those to react with glee and he summed up his club's transfer window in one delighted tweet.
Indeed, praising fellow co-owner David Sullivan, manager Slaven Bilic and 'all involved,' Gold raved about one of the 'most remarkable' windows in West Ham history.
The widow has closed, well done DS, Slaven and all involved in what has been one of the most remarkable transfer windows in our history. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) September 1, 2015
How will West Ham cope now that the imbalances in their squad have been addressed?
Out wide, things appear to be far better - Moses and Antonio could well prove gems for the east London side. Song certainly plugs a gap in midfield, while Jelavic increases numbers up front, even if he doesn't necessarily guarantee quality.