The East Londoners currently have over 20,000 season ticket holders and the most they have sold in one season is 26,000.
But Gold has been singing the praises of his supporters on Twitter after revealing that the Hammers have once again recorded the best attendance record in the country.
Posting on the social networking site Gold boasted: "West Ham United have again topped the attendance charts for the percentage of seats filled.
"The Hammers had an impressive 99.71% seats full for their last game."
WHU have again topped the attendance charts for % of seats filled. The Hammers had an impressive 99.71% seats full for their last game. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) December 2, 2015
What makes the statistic all the more impressive is the fact the game was broadcast live on Sky Sports at the unusual kick-off time of 2.05pm on a Sunday and was against West Bromich Albion, hardly one of the league's glamour ties.
The figures make a mockery of ill-informed predictions from pundits and rival fans that the Hammers would struggle to fill their new home.
It was revealed last week that the club had already sold close to 40,000 season tickets for the Olympic Stadium with eight months still to go.
That, and the current impressive figures, begs the question of when and not if the Hammers bump up their new home's capacity to 66,000 to increase revenue and grow the club even further.
The Hammers travel to Manchester United tomorrow and will be cheered on by 3,000 loyal away supporters at Old Trafford.