West Ham United legend Sir Geoff Hurst believes it is vital for all Hammers fans to have their say in the Club's independent Supporter Consultation on the Olympic Stadium.
Hurst, an FA Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup winner with the Hammers, as well as England's hero in the 1966 FIFA World Cup, was present at the announcement last month that named the Club as the Stadium's anchor concessionaire.
He was excited by the plans and wants all supporters to voice their opinions to help shape the Hammers' future
He said: "I'm delighted that the Hammers fans will have this opportunity to tell the Club their opinions about the Olympic Stadium. It is essential that as many supporters as possible take the opportunity to offer their opinions on this exciting move.
"I'm a fan and I know what I think about the move - it's a no brainer. I wholeheartedly support it and I think it'll be a major step forward for the Club.
"For West Ham to move forward, we need a bigger ground, we need better facilities, and that's what we'll get at the Olympic Stadium.
"The accessibility at Stratford is second to none, and we'll have one of the best stadiums in the country, if not the world.
"It's something that I'll be looking forward to and I'm sure that the majority of fans will be thinking the same, because it's such a fantastic opportunity for the club.
"I would urge everyone to have their say, whatever their opinion, on what could be the biggest move our Club will ever make."
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