West Ham waved goodbye to Upton Park this week in emotional circumstances, beating Manchester United 3-2 thanks to a late Winston Reid goal.
Next season they will move into the Olympic Stadium, beginning an exciting next chapter of their history which the club hope will enable them to get even closer to establishing themselves as a Champions League club.
To do so they may have to topple rivals Tottenham, who have broken into the top four this season and are hoping to end the campaign as London's top club this weekend.
Former Spurs chairman Lord Sugar is hoping Spurs maintain their superiority over the Hammers, and could not resist the chance to aim a jab at their rivals after visiting the Olympic Stadium.
He was being shown around the East London arena by his Apprentice assistant and West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady, before insisting that he cannot wait to see Tottenham win there.
They will need better luck than their final game at Upton Park, which ended in a 1-0 defeat thanks to a goal from Michail Antonio earlier this year.