Vote for your #50GreatestHammers top ten and win a signed shirt
The #50GreatestHammers countdown, in association with our Official Investments Partner Basset & Gold has reached the top ten - so that means it's time for you to rank the Hammers legends to decide the final order.
With numbers 11-50 announced on whufc.com over the last two months, we're down to the final ten, with Alan Devonshire, Alvin Martin, Billy Bonds, Bobby Moore, Frank Lampard Sr, Sir Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters, Phil Parkes, Sir Trevor Brooking and Vic Watson making the list.
Alan Devonshire was a true legend of the late 1970s and 1980s, playing 448 times for the Club and winning the 1979 Hammer of the Year award.
Also featuring prominently in that era was Alvin Martin, who won the award in 1980, 1982 and 1983, while Billy Bonds holds the Club record for appearances and was named Hammer of the Year on four occasions.
Bobby Moore was the skipper who lifted our first major honours in the 1960s and of course led England to World Cup glory, and Frank Lampard Sr played in excess of 600 games for the Club, winning two FA Cups.
Sir Geoff Hurst scored goals for the Hammers throughout the 1960s and was part of West Ham's trio of 1966 World Cup winners alongside another of our top ten contenders, Martin Peters.
Phil Parkes was a colossus between the sticks and a 1980 FA Cup winner, while nobody has eclipsed Sir Trevor Brooking's five Hammer of the Year titles.
Rounding out the nominees for the top ten is the Club's record goalscorer, Vic Watson, who netted an incredible 326 goals in West Ham colours between 1920-35.
Rank the top ten below and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a signed shirt.
Click on the links below to see who has made the #50GreatestHammers list so far