From the Boardroom - David Sullivan

West Ham United Joint-Chairman David Sullivan reflects on a memorable 2-0 win over Newcastle and pays special tribute to Dimitri Payet

I was thrilled to see the team come away with such a fantastic result against Newcastle on Monday night and help us record our first home win of the season.

It was a thoroughly professional performance, a brilliant team performance and very satisfying indeed.

I would particularly like to pick out Dimitri Payet who along with a number of other players was outstanding.

I said when we first signed him that he was world class and I'm sure all the fans can see the quality he is bringing to the first-team this season. He has wasted no time settling into his new surroundings.

He was Slaven's number one target to bring to the Club and we are delighted that he chose to join us. We hope he can maintain this form throughout the campaign.

Dimitri scored a superb first goal and showed his quality again with the second goal. He still needed to keep his composure and produced another clinical finish when the ball came back off the bar.

I know Slaven was particularly impressed with another new signing Victor Moses. He also produced a fantastic display and had a memorable debut for the Club.

We knew he would bring pace and power to the side and like Payet he can change the game at any stage. He lasted for 88 minutes and will only grow stronger over the coming weeks.

I also want to pay special tribute to goalkeeper Darren Randolph who has proved a lot of his critics wrong.

I think over the last three games he has shown he's a very capable, international keeper who will be pressing Adrian all season for a first-team spot.

People may not realise it, but we are the joint highest goalscorers in the Premier League. On Saturday we take on the best defence who have yet to conceded a goal so it promises to be another great game!

I would urge all supporters to come and watch the Development Squad when they face Newcastle at the Boleyn Ground next Monday.

The kick off is 7pm and admission is FREE for our fans. This is a great chance to come and see our next generation of young stars in action.