From the Boardroom - David Gold

West Ham United Joint-Chairman David Gold would love to win the FA Cup in the final ever season at the Boleyn Ground

What a way for us to start 2016 and it was a memorable victory over Liverpool last weekend.

We have beaten the mighty Liverpool home and away this season with a 5-0 aggregate scoreline and I am sure that has never been done before in the Club's history.

Slaven has said that it would be difficult for any side if they were missing six of their best players but we still managed to get points on the board during that tricky period and it is no co-incidence that we get our important players back on the pitch and the victories start to come again.

It proves what we have been saying and I am sure all the supporters were delighted with the all-round performance.

It was obviously disappointing to see Manuel Lanzini come off with the same injury and that was the only dampener on a great performance.

He looked brilliant in the opening stages and had that great shot which hit the post. Let's hope he can make a quick recovery and comes back strong again.

It does give other players the chance to shine and the best example of that has been Michail Antonio who was man of the match against Southampton and produced another great display against Liverpool.

He has certainly grasped his opportunity and got his rewards with two goals in two games. He never stops running and works so hard for the team.

James Collins was also outstanding and he was my man of the match against Liverpool. He has continued his great form this season and you could not ask for more passion and determination that he gives you during a game. The whole defence were fantastic in helping us come away with another clean sheet.

To top things off we then see Dimitri Payet back in action and what more can I say about him.

He can become an all-time great and a legend at West Ham United. He has all the attributes of the great players we have had at this special football club over the years.

He lifted the crowd when he came on and looked like he had never been away. He is a joy to watch.

We now turn our attentions to the Emirates FA Cup and it would be fantastic if we could go all the way this season and win the competition.

I could not think of anything more fitting for our final ever season at the Boleyn Ground.

I am fortunate enough to have seen West Ham win three FA Cup Finals at Wembley against Preston, Fulham and Arsenal and nothing beats seeing your team win a major trophy.

I was excited as a youngster to see us beat Preston and then the game against Fulham was very interesting as Bobby Moore was playing against us and they also had Alan Mullery.

I see Alan Taylor who comes to the home games and he stole the show with two goals.

I will never forget the victory over the mighty Arsenal in 1980 who were the strong favourites to win the game. Sir Trevor Brooking scored a rare header and it was an unbelievable day.

We have certainly come close in recent times with that heartbreaking defeat against Liverpool back in 2006. It was as if time stood still when the ball fell to the one player on the pitch you didn't want it to and their name was on the trophy.

We have had some memorable victories this season, but the whole world is watching you when you win the FA Cup and it is a fantastic moment. The emotion of winning a cup is like no other.

I am entitled to dream and I would also love to see the team finish as high as possible in the Premier League.

With the likes of Payet, Carroll, Reid and Moses coming back from injury, we have a squad good enough to achieve that.

Wolves are on a decent run of form having won the last three games, but we are the favourites to win the game and I know Slaven will put out a strong side who can win the tie.

The transfer window has now re-opened once again and it is great that we go into this period without us having to buy a certain player.

If we had a weakness I would want to strengthen the squad, but that is not the case.

I agree with Slaven that if something exceptional comes along we will look at it, but we have a good squad of players and we are all excited about the second half of the season.

Enjoy the game on Saturday.