Alex Dyer has thanked the West Ham United fans who came to the Boleyn Ground to watch his reserve side thump Birmingham City 6-0.
Some 1,250 packed out the lower tier of the West Stand and saw Allesandro Diamanti score a brace on his debut, Zavon Hines grab a hat-trick and Valon Behrami play nearly an hour on his return from a knee injury.
"It was nice to play a reserve-team game at Upton Park and it was great of West Ham to let the people come in for free," Dyer told WHUTV. "It was good for all of the school kids to come in and see their stars. Overall it was a good night. The senior boys came in and helped the young lads and it just made everyone raise their game a little bit."
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