West Ham United supporters turned out in force to watch their Hammers heroes get put through their paces in an open training session at the Boleyn Ground.
Hundreds of Season Ticket Holders, Academy and Youth Academy members filled the Alpari Stand Lower, as Sam Allardyce's men got back to work after Sunday's valuable goalless draw at Liverpool.
With first-team coach Ian Hendon taking charge of matters on the pitch, regular PA announcer Jeremy Nicholas took to the microphone to guide the fans through proceedings.
The players took time out to sign autographs and pose for photographs with supporters in the stands, while a group of players then sat down for an exclusive signing session in the Legends Bar for competition winners.
The Hammers players train at the Boleyn Ground in front of the watching fans
Once training had finished, the pitch was taken over by the club's Community Sports Trust, where youngsters from the Trust's award-winning KICKZ project took part in several sporting activities.
Young Hammers fan Mitchell Packham clearly enjoyed his day out at the Boleyn Ground. He told West Ham TV: "I'm very excited to be here and to have met my all-time favourite player Mark Noble. It was great to see how hard they train and how intense it all is."