West Ham's Winston Reid celebrates scoring their third goal
And now all eyes are on their big move to the 60,000 seater Olympic Stadium down the road in Stratford.
The stadium transformation has been moving at a pace with the brand new club store set to open soon.
But rumours have abound on social media and unofficial West Ham forums that the transformation of the stadium is running 12 weeks behind which could mean it won't be ready in time for the big Premier League kick-off.
HammersOS West Ham's co owner David Gold poses outside the construction of the Olympic Stadium. West Ham have proposed to take over the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 London Olympics
'This is not true'
However, as the clock ticks down to the club's opening game against as yet unknown opposition in the Europa League at the end of July/beginning of August co-owner Gold has flatly denied the rumours in a post on Twitter.
"This is not true," Gold replied to the suggestion the stadium is 12 weeks behind.
"The OS is on schedule."
He was asked again whether the stadium would be ready in time and reiterated: "The new stadium is on schedule."
This is not true. The OS is on schedule. dg https://t.co/dwLHSHFlEr— David Gold (@davidgold) June 11, 2016
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Sewing the seeds of success
Proof to that end came this week when West Ham's official website revealed the first seeds have been sown on their new state of the art Desso pitch.
The first sprouts of grass will now be sprouting five days after the seeding and the pitch should be ready for its inaugural full cut later this week.