Kenny Brown paid a visit back to the Boleyn Ground to catch up with former team-mates and friends.
The Barking-born defender played 79 times for West Ham United between 1991 and 1997, during which time he developed a reputation for scoring crucial, and often spectacular, goals. Brown scored the winner against Manchester United in 1992 as well as a vital goal against Swindon Town in the club's successful promotion campaign in 1993.
Now based in Spain, Brown manages Spanish side CD Javea, but he still keeps a close eye on how the Hammers are doing under Gianfranco Zola.
"[The team] has changed quite a bit. I watched a fair bit last season and they huffed and puffed a bit but it's coming a bit more freely now from what I've seen and what people have told me.
"I think it's a lot more pleasing on the eye and that's what West Ham United fans want week after week. I would have thought that while Zola has been here with Steve Clarke they have had that."
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