From the Boardroom: David Sullivan

First of all, I would like to thank each and every West Ham United supporter for their kind messages of condolence following the sad passing of my mother.
The have all lifted our spirits during a difficult week.
The job of running this fantastic football club goes on, though, and we are fast approaching another set of important landmarks in the history of West Ham United.
With a memorable final season at the Boleyn Ground and the momentous move to our world-class new Stadium to look forward to, there are plenty of reasons for us to get excited as Hammers supporters.
On Friday at 5pm, we have the deadline for current Season Ticket Holders to pay a £75 deposit to renew their seat for next season - the final season at the Boleyn.
I am pleased to report that the vast majority of Season Ticket Holders have already made sure they will be here for a special campaign, so if you haven't renewed yet, please make sure you do because the deadline cannot be extended.
That is because this weekend, any remaining Season Tickets for 2015/16 will go on sale to the friends and family members nominated by current Season Ticket Holders, with each being given the chance to bring two additional fans along to each match.
Existing Season Ticket Holders will also have an opportunity to relocate to a new seat, should you fancy a different view of the game.
Finally on the ticket front, Academy Members will have a special window next Tuesday when they can add their names to the Priority list for Season Tickets for the first season in Stratford.
On the playing side, we would all have rather results had been better in recent weeks.
Last weekend's draw with Stoke City was disappointing and frustrating in equal measure, particularly after Aaron Cresswell had got us off our feet with that magnificent free-kick.
However, we have six matches left to play and must give our all in those games to ensure we pick up as many points as possible.
The prize money for each finishing  place could be the difference between signing a new player in the summer and improving the squad, so every point we gain is potentially vital.
On that front, I can assure you we are already casting our scouting and recruitment far and wide in the hunt for talent to make us better next season.
Targets are being identified and you can expect us to be doing plenty of exciting business in the transfer market this summer, as we did last year.
Finally, I would like to wish everyone travelling to Manchester City on Sunday a safe trip. Let's hope we can achieve a fantastic double over the champions.
Come on you Irons!
David Sullivan