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 Middlesbrough tomorrow.

Young midfielder Mark Noble talks about his return to first team action, what it meant to score his first Premiership goal against Spurs recently and how he intends to make the most of the chance he has been given.

He said: "When I broke through in the Championship two years ago, it was the same then as it is now. I enjoyed my loan spells at Ipswich and Hull, but was determined to make my mark at West Ham this year. Now I have my chance, I want to grab hold of it and stay in the team."

Striker Carlos Tevez is also talking about how the fans inspire him."I want to score goals to help keep West Ham in the Premier League," he said. "I will do all that I can. I want to repay the West Ham supporters for the love they have given me, says the Argentinian forward.

"When I scored against Tottenham, I went and celebrated with them (the fans). The goal was for them. I understand their needs and demands and I hope I can give them some special moments."

We also catch up with how our flourishing youth team are doing, hear from former Hammer Tony Gale in his regular column and television personality Russell Brand talks about all things claret and blue.

There is a look at the opposition and previous clashes between West Ham and Middlesbrough. We have Alan Curbishley's thoughts ahead of the big game and his reflection of the Spurs derby and the away win at Blackburn. Keeper Jimmy Walker relays all the gossip from the dressing room and former Hammers defender Paul Brush answers some questions in our Q and A.

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.

Remember, you can also have the matchday programme delivered to your door, by taking out a season-long subscription. For more information, call the subscription hotline on 020 8586 8016.

by Laura Burkin