From the Boardroom - David Sullivan

We had an impressive victory over West Bromwich Albion last weekend and it was another outstanding display from the team.

This is certainly going to be a big week for the football club as we look to secure a top six finish and prepare for our final ever game at the Boleyn Ground.

We have three big games against Swansea, Manchester United and Stoke and if we can win all three, who knows where that could take us.

We start with a big home game against Swansea and they showed against Liverpool last weekend that they will be a tough test for us.

We managed to come away with a goalless draw from the Liberty Stadium back in December and hopefully we can go one step better and record all three points on Saturday.

That would set us up nicely for a huge game against Manchester United who are just one point ahead of us in the table.

I know our fans will make it a night to remember and it will certainly be an emotional evening for everyone connected with West Ham United.

I hope our supporters respect our request not to go on the pitch because we have spent hundreds of thousands on a major spectacle at the end of the game to send the Boleyn Ground off with a fitting tribute.

We have still got a big game of football to play before that all takes place and United are the only team to have beaten us at home since last August so it would be nice to get some revenge and we hope the luck is with us this time.

All the talk surrounds whether we can get into the Champions League. I said at the start of the season it was possible but highly unlikely and that remains the case now.

With Leicester winning the title, it gives hope for everyone else and mathematically we can still qualify for the Champions League next season and while that is possible we will keep dreaming.

We have had a memorable campaign and it was great to celebrate our achievements at the end of season Player Awards this week.

Dimitri Payet was rewarded for a magnificent first year in the Premier League when he won five awards and we hope he will continue to show his best form.

He loves being at West Ham and we were all thrilled to see him pledge his long-term future to the club.

It was also great to see Sir Geoff Hurst pick up The Lifetime Achievement Award and it was a fitting tribute that he picked up the honour 50 years after helping England to win the World Cup.

It is wonderful to be at this stage of the season with no pressure. I would hate to be in the shoes of Sunderland, Newcastle and Norwich at the moment. You cannot put a price on that.

We are in great shape at the moment and there is so much to look forward to with our historic move to the new Stadium during the summer.

We have got a mouthwatering first home game against Juventus which will be another fantastic occasion. Season Ticket Holder priority ends this coming Wednesday so if you have yet to buy your ticket I would urge you to do so now.

It is an incredibly exciting time for the Club at the moment.