Don't miss the matchday programme!

Make sure you don't miss out on West Ham United's official matchday programme for our Premiership clash against Everton tomorrow at Upton Park.

Our on-loan striker Kepa Blanco talks about how he is getting to grips with London life and playing football in England.

The Spanish star reveals: "The main difference I am finding is the speed of the game here. In Spain, they play in a much more technical manner.

"In the first few training sessions I had at West Ham, I began to understand how important the physical aspects of the game are here. But I feel I am adjusting well and enjoying my football.

"The main struggles I have had is with the food and the timetable of when you are supposed to eat, that is much different from what I have been used to! But on the whole, London is a great city, lots to see and do and I am very happy here."

Nigel Reo-Coker and Anton Ferdinand tell us how special it was to play in the first ever match at the new Wembley Stadium. Nigel led the England U-21s out on to the pitch as captain and both Hammers were enthralled by the occasion.

The West Ham skipper said: "It will definitely be an experience that will stay with me the rest of my life. It was a unique situation to be in, to know you are making history."

And Anton adds: "The facilities are state-of-the-art and nothing has been spared to make it one of the best stadiums in the world. To get the chance to play in the first match there was an honour."

Also in the programme, we hear from former Hammers midfielder Martin Allen, who talks about his playing days at West Ham and reveals some amusing stories from that time. And Chief Scout Roger Cross, talks about his role and that of his staff, who travel the land to find the best players.

We catch up with our reserve team who have recently won their fourth game in a row and our youth team who are about to enter the last game of the season. Keeper Jimmy Walker delivers some more dressing room gossip in his ever popular column.

There is a look at the opposition and previous clashes between West Ham and Everton and we have Alan Curbishley's thoughts ahead of the big game.
There is, as usual, the quiz and up-to-the-minute news on everything West Ham.
To read all of this, be sure to grab your copy of the matchday programme, on sale around the stadium, priced £3.50.