The season has come to a close and after a turbulent campaign, West Ham finished comfortably safe in 13th place.
At stages, it looked like the Hammers were destined for the drop, the home game against Burnley probably the lowest point.
However, David Moyes took over from Slaven Bilic in November when West Ham were in the relegation zone and six months later, the Hammers finishes nine points above 18th placed Swansea, and are now looking forward to another season in the top flight.
With Moyes having now departed the London Stadium, the West Ham board are now on the lookout for a new manager.
The Hammers board suffered a backlash from supporters this season on a different level to ever before and will be keen to make sure that is put right for the next campaign.
We’ve taken a look at five things the West Ham board will have learnt from this season…