West Ham have no plans to sell their best players this summer.
Brady said: “We are playing great football, winning lots of matches and our best players are being rewarded with new contracts – we are no longer a selling club, that’s for sure.”
Brady, along with co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold, has been the driving force behind West Ham’s recent rise to prominence.
Since the agreement to move to the Olympic Stadium this summer, the Hammers have only been moving forward.
Their biggest strides were completed last summer, bringing in Slaven Bilic as Sam Allardyce’s replacement, and signing a host of talented players to build a top class squad.
Whilst fans have been used to their fair share of talented stars recently, there was always a belief that West Ham was just a stepping stone before these players moved to bigger clubs.
The Hammers have always been seen as a selling club, but now Brady has assured fans that their best players will not be leaving this summer, especially the ones who have recently signed contract extensions.
The future is bright for West Ham, and Brady, Gold, and Sullivan have worked wonders turning around the fortunes of the East London club.