It's about that time of year where kit leaks are big news and like most other clubs West Ham United will be bringing out a new strip this summer.
Fans walking outside the stadium
The Hammers will be going into their third season of a five-year £20million deal with kit makers Umbro.
Umbro produced the first-ever West Ham replica kits for sale in the 1960s when the likes of World Cup winners Bobby Moore, Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters famously wore the claret and blue in their 1964 FA Cup and 1965 European Cup Winners' Cup triumphs.
And the sportswear giant has proved something of a lucky charm for the club as they were reunited for last season's superb and record-breaking farewell season at the Boleyn Ground when Slaven Bilic's side finished just four points off the Champions League places.
Umbro used a gold crest and logo for West Ham's last ever kit at the Boleyn Ground
It is anticipated Umbro and the Hammers may well take inspiration from the hugely popular kits of the 1980s in their next strip.
Indeed Hammers co-owner David Gold even appeared to endorse one of the most popular concept kits doing the rounds - which takes inspiration from the strips between 1983 and 1985 - by retweeting the post showing off the design.
West Ham fans love their retro kits
But until it is officially unveiled around June time, here is a taste of some of the best (and worst) concept kits that have been designed and posted on Twitter.
Football Kit Designs - Category: Football Kits - Image: West Ham ... pic.twitter.com/FPTIA3FfYj— ca2016Jamaica (@ca2016Jamaica) April 22, 2017
West Ham's 2017/18 home kit concept. What do you think of it?— West Ham Streams (@WestHamStreams) April 8, 2017
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Take a look at our West Ham 17/18 concept kit https://t.co/88tqomqxgC— BillyBoy (@Boy123Billy) April 9, 2017
West Ham away kit concept, tried a few different things here. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/QBsoNRhOqG— Iuke (@whufcluke_) March 29, 2017
West Ham Home Kit 2017-18 Mock-Up, Designed by Me, Feedback Appreciated. pic.twitter.com/nHoqB7jOUG— Connor (@SpiffingBrand) March 26, 2017