Karren Brady shares exciting panoramic video as West Ham put their stamp on Olympic Stadium

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The West Ham vice-chairman is likely to excite fans with the latest update.

With just three-and-a-half weeks left of West Ham United's final season at Upton Park, vice-chairman Karren Brady is already looking ahead to life in their new home.

As work on the Olympic Stadium prepares ready for the Hammers' big move this summer, the club hierarchy have been sure to keep supporters updated with the latest developments.

To that end, Brady shared a video on her Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon taken from the centre of the pitch at the stadium showing just how the club have looked to put their stamp on the venue.

The video clearly shows some of the seats painted in the club's claret-and-blue colours, as well as the famous crossed hammers logo adorning one stand.

Along with the clip, Brady wrote: "Everything is starting to come together at the stadium. First layer of Desso pitch in/seats looking more claret & blue."

West Ham will nearly double their capacity from 35,000 to around 60,000 with the move, with the club hoping that the new stadium will help them achieve their key ambitions of breaking into the Champions League for the first time in their history.

It is looking increasingly unlikely that the Irons will be able to boast top-level European football in their first season at the venue, however, as a run of four straight draws has seen them fall to seven points off a place in the top four.

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