Mark Noble says there is no limit for West Ham

West Ham United are leaving Upton Park for the Olympic Stadium.

West Ham United captain Mark Noble has told Sky Sports that there is no ceiling for the club as they move to the Olympic Stadium.

Tuesday evening sees the Hammers play their final ever game at Upton Park as they gear up to move to the Olympic Stadium.

The move to a new luxury ground is being viewed as a major step forward for the club as the increased revenue can help the Hammers compete with the bigger teams across Europe.

There is already big talk about the money they are planning to spend in this summer transfer window as a result, with several big signings already mooted.

And Noble says he believes that there is no limit to how big his boyhood club can grow.

"How big could this club be? I don't think there is a ceiling," he told Sky Sports.

"Everybody has seen what happened to Manchester City, to Chelsea, over the years. With people in the world these days with a lot of money to burn, anything can happen."

While eyes are firmly on the future, West Ham must first focus on getting the win they need over Manchester United.

The Hammers are currently seventh in the table, six points behind Manchester City but with this crucial game in hand to their name.

Louis van Gaal’s side are currently their main rivals in that hunt for a top four place, and they need to beat them to ensure they take that race down to the final day.

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