West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has urged his side to remain unbeaten in their final six Premier League games at Upton Park.
The Hammers are preparing to leave their home since 1904 at the end of the current campaign and will take their place at the Olympic Stadium for the start of the 2016-17 season.
They still have six home games left in the league to go and Bilic admits it would be great for everyone involved at the club if they could go on an unbeaten run in that time.
Bilic said: “We had a couple of home defeats at the start of the season against Leicester and Bournemouth but since then we have been playing really well at home and not losing.
“It would be brilliant to stay unbeaten or even better to win all six of them.”
The first of those games is a home clash with title-chasing Spurs on Wednesday and Bilic is well aware just how difficult the London derby will be.
“We need to improve against Spurs, we will need to be more lethal than we were in the second half against Sunderland,” he added.
“Spurs are playing the best football and they deserve to be right up there.”