West Ham left Upton Park more than a year ago but a new reminder of the club's history in the East End has been created.
A mural featuring club legends Billy Bonds and Sir Trevor Brooking has been painted at Priory Road.
A Norwich based artist known as 'GnasherMurals' on social media has been hard at work creating the masterpiece next to the Hammers' old home following their move to the London Stadium.
A mural featuring Billy Bonds and Sir Trevor Brooking has been painted at Priory Road
Featuring two Hammers legends, the mural is close to the club's former Upton Park home
Bonds, who lifted the FA Cup twice with the club, played more than 700 games for the Hammers and is the all-time record appearance-maker.
In 2013, Bonds, who also managed the club in the early nineties, was awarded West Ham United's first ever lifetime achievement award.
Brooking, meanwhile, made more than 600 appearances for the club and also won the FA Cup twice, scoring the winner in the 1980 final victory over Arsenal.
On Tuesday, the Hammers were held to an entertaining draw by Altona 93 on Tuesday night as Winston Reid was sent off.