The Olympic Stadium is on the horizon for West Ham
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 and the first seeds recently sewn on the pitch.
Now the club's chief executive Karren Brady and Jack Sullivan, the teenage son of co-owner David, have given fans an insight into how their new stadium is coming along by posting a series of pictures on Twitter.
West Ham United Vice Chairman Karren Brady during the Olympic Stadium press conference
'Can't wait until we move in'
Brady said in a run of posts: "The 'West-Hamification' programme in the concourse areas has commenced at the new stadium.
"Take a look at our spectacular VIP spaces at our iconic new home! Looks fabulous.
"The Royal East celebrates our illustrious history – including, of course, the West Ham Way.
"The Forge commemorates some of West Ham's greatest achievements and landmarks.
"Hospitality areas just finishing off - the GB Lounge. Two Familiar Faces...Can't wait until we move in... The Academy of Football...Arnold Hills Lounge almost finished."
The Royal East celebrates our illustrious history – including, of course, the West Ham Way pic.twitter.com/6D2lD34RtC— Lady Brady (@karren_brady) June 2, 2016
Hammers OS Picture Supplied by Action Images
First sight of new pitch
Sullivan was also in a sharing mood as he posted more images from the Stratford stadium, including the first image of the freshly seeded new pitch.
He said: "The first look at the pitch," followed by a devil emoticon.
The first look at the pitch pic.twitter.com/bp2sZPbKES— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) June 15, 2016
West Ham's co owner David Gold poses outside the Olympic Stadium
Pictures prove Gold right?
The pictures are sure to whet the appetite of Hammers fans 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.
And these pictures seem to prove him right.