The Hammers have had a noteworthy start to the new campaign, winning away to Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City in unprecedented performances on the road.
The Boleyn Ground outfit have shown some inconsistency at home, but there is a positivity around the club currently.
With a move to the Olympic Stadium next season a squad that is as good now as at any time in the recent memory, there is certainly reason for the club’s supporters to be happy.
Bilic has stressed that now is the time to rejoice, as things could change in the near future.
"Everything goes really quickly in football and in life,” FourFourTwo quote the Croatian as saying.
“I’m not denying that but there is no point not enjoying the good spells.
"I said to my staff the other day, 'We've done good. Why shouldn't we enjoy it a little bit?' Because when the bad days come we won't enjoy it.
"There's no reasons we could not be confident or proud.
"But the one condition is they stay on the ground and be even more motivated. There's no point to deny them and be grim."
West Ham host newly promoted Norwich City today at home and will be confident of picking up another three points to add to their tally.
Defeat to Leicester in the Capital One Cup in midweek put a dampener on things, but the Hammers are now able to focus on league performances.