Bilic - We have no limitations

Slaven Bilic believes there are no limitations for the Club when they move into the new Stadium and feels they can achieve big things over the next few years.

Bilic made his first return to Queen Elizabeth Park since he was appointed manager back in the summer and cannot believe the changes that have taken place in such a short space of time.

The West Ham United manager attended a special event alongside Vice-Chairman Karren Brady, club captain Mark Noble, James Tomkins and the Mayor of London Boris Johnson to mark ten-years since London was awarded the Olympic Games.

Bilic cannot wait to see over 50,000 Hammers fans inside the new Stadium and believes the Club can move onto another level when they move into their new home.

West Ham Joint-Chairman David Sullivan and David Gold have already shown their ambition for the Club bringing in the likes of Dimitri Payet during the summer and Bilic feels they will attract even more big name players when they play at the new Stadium.

Bilic said: “It has changed a lot and it has only been four months since the last time I was here. I mean it's brilliant, it gives you shivers. We are really looking forward to it and it makes you really excited when you come here.

“It's a great move for the Club, it's a great move for everyone, it will be brilliant to see 54,000 Hammers under one roof. We are really looking forward to next season.

“It feels real and it's still going to change. We are going to have West Ham seats and it is going to look even better.

“We want to finish this season well so we give a good farewell to the Boleyn Ground and come to the new Stadium as high as possible.

“The players are talking about it and they asked me about the new Stadium. I said it's a big step up for the Club, it shows the ambition of the Chairmen and the Board and they are trying to make a Club that is already a huge, massive Club even bigger. This shows their ambition and I think we're going the right way.

“The Premier League is attracting the best players in Europe and in the world, and then if you add to that the Stadium move and that we are the Club from London that puts you in a position that you have no limitations.

“But you have to stay on the ground, and we have to plan slowly and we have to be realistic. There are no borders, to be fair, the sky is the limit, but step by step.”