The West Ham vice-chairman has also revealed the club’s plan to become a top-six team in the Premier League in the coming years.
“I see West Ham challenging for the top six consistently, becoming one of the top 10 most successful clubs in Europe - and short term (I see) breaking our transfer record this summer, selling nobody we want to keep, filling our new stadium,” Brady told The Daily Mail.
“We are all about looking up,” added the 47-year-old. “In that list of Europe's top 20 most valuable clubs, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Barcelona were at the top. West Ham were 19th. I want to get into the top 10. This is a perfect storm.”
West Ham appear to be very ambitious in their short-term and long-term ambition, and it must be exciting for the fans.
The Hammers will play in front of over 50,000 supporters at the Olympic Stadium next season, and it shows the size of the club.
Finishing in the top six of the Premier League regularly will not be easy. Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are all big and ambitious clubs, and it will not be easy for West Ham to break into the top six, at least not every season.
West Ham will play their last ever game at the Boleyn Ground on Tuesday evening when they take on Manchester United in the Premier League.