They may as well use them to describe their whole team, season, training ground, stadium and club...
The Hammers faithful were understandably delighted with the 28-year-old Frenchman on social media, after he scored one of the best free-kicks supporters will remember against Manchester United.
It adds to the long list of Payet free-kicks already scored this season and there just seems to be no limit to how high the playmaker can soar at Upton Park.
His goal almost secured a place at Wembley but, after Anthony Martial's equaliser, it at least gives West Ham one more FA Cup game at the Boleyn Ground - their last before they move to the Olympic Stadium.
Here's how West Ham fans reacted on Twitter to the 1-1 draw with Manchester United, watch out for the renamed hamster...!
the scenes in the away end when that freekick went in... unreal #WeveGotPayet— Harry Walder (@HarryWalder) March 13, 2016
The best player in the league actually plays for West Ham #wevegotpayet— Turtle Boy (@JoshuaClaydon) March 13, 2016