If you're missing watching West Ham United in action then West Ham TV is where you need to head.
The club's very own web TV channel has had an incredibly busy week catching up with all of the people that matter to ensure Hammers fans all over the world are kept entertained during the summer break.
First up this week was a two-part exclusive with Joint-Chairman David Gold, where he explained the pride he will feel at watching his boyhood club re-enter the Barclays Premier League once more. Gold also spoke about which areas the Hammers will be looking to strengthen this summer.
Then Academy Director Tony Carr sat down to look back on another successful season for the Under-18s, while revealing his 'Ones to watch' this coming season and why he can see Danny Potts and Robert Hall making a first-team impact this season.
West Ham United's third summer signing Mohamed Diame was next to talk to the West Ham TV cameras about how much he's looking forward to life in east London and why West Ham United belong in the Premier League. He said: "They came up this year as we know last year they weren't in the league. We've got to try to do our best and show everybody that we can show everybody that we are in the Premier League."
Finally, to cap off West Ham TV's big week, manager Sam Allardyce dropped in to update fans on how preparations are coming along for the club's return to the Premier League and why he still feels pride at his side's victory at Wembley last month.
The service will also be bringing exclusive training videos and interviews as the Hammers return to training on 1 July. To see all of these videos in full, along with highlights from every game last season, log on to West Ham TV now.
West Ham TV costs just £4.49 a month so with no first-team action in the UK for nearly two more months can you really afford to miss out?