It has been a magnificent last ever season at the club's beloved Boleyn Ground home of 112 years so far.
Hammers fans have been in dreamland
But while Hammers fans are in dreamland watching their side play, actually getting tickets to see them is proving a painful experience.
Persistent problems with West Ham's online box office booking system has led to plenty of complaints from frustrated supporters on social media.
And many of them have been aimed at the club's co-owner Gold, who has responded on the issue and revealed there could be light at the end of the tunnel.
'I agree... it's terrible'
Replying to a series of tweets from fans criticising the website, Gold said: "I agree, our website is terrible and I'm told the new one will be great.
"Let's hope so."
I agree, our website is terrible I'm told the new one will be great. Let's hope so. dg https://t.co/KBBbtcyBau— David Gold (@davidgold) March 21, 2016
In fairness the club will be experiencing unprecedented demand for tickets given the fact it is the Farewell Boleyn season and they have an extra 20,000 supporters to cater for ahead of the move to the Olympic Stadium.
But West Ham is a multi-million pound business operation and fans have a right to expect better.
One thing is for sure with 60,000 of them set to pack out their new ground from the summer things will need to improve.