West Ham are in great form heading into the final stage of the season.
Coming into the last 10 games how strong do we look ? Having lunch with Graham Roberts today CAN'T WAIT COYI— alvin martin (@alvinmartin58) March 3, 2016
The Hammers picked up another three points on Wednesday evening, securing a 1-0 win over title challengers Tottenham.
It was their third win in a row in all competitions, and they have lost just two of their last 19 games - since the 4-1 defeat at Spurs in November.
The win leaves them just one point off the top four, and with the form the Hammers are in, few would suggest that they could not qualify for the Champions League this season.
The teams above them are struggling for consistency, and it appears as if West Ham and Manchester United could be fighting for a fourth placed finish ahead of Manchester City.
Slaven Bilic’s team certainly have the heart and ability to get into the top four, and it would be a well deserved reward for the way they have played this season.
The future is bright for West Ham, with a new stadium to move into, and increased funds from the new TV deal.
If Bilic can guide the Hammers into the Champions League for next season, as they move into their new home, there are no guesses as to just how high the East London club can rise.