Robert Snodgrass posts message on Twitter after West Ham beat Sevilla in the Europa League at the London Stadium last night.
The Hammers were absolutely brilliant against the La Liga side and the players put in what was arguably their best all-round team performance of the season.
The fact that West Ham beat Sevilla 2-0 after extra time is incredible really when you think about it.
They are in second spot in La Liga not too far adrift of league leaders Real Madrid.
Sevilla beat us 1-0 in the first-leg last week but it was clear to see that the West Ham players were more than a match for the Spaniards and the tie was finely poised heading into last night.
The London Stadium was absolutely rocking last night and in truth, aside from an unbelievable Alphonse Areola save during the first-half, the La Liga side never really laid a glove on us.
Our performances in Europe this season have been truly magnificent, especially considering the fact that not many of our players have ever performed at this level before.
Last night was a really special one for the fans, the players, the manager and his staff. And it was made even more special with Andriy Yarmolenko scoring the winning goal.
The 32-year-old has gone through some really hard times recently after Russia invaded Ukraine but his West Ham family has rallied around him in typical fashion.
Yarmolenko has scored two crucial goals for us in the last two games and has very much proved that he still has a lot to offer.
Anyone inside the London Stadium last night will remember the game for the rest of their lives. What an atmosphere it was. And the bond between players and fans was evident to see throughout.
One player who knows all about that bond is Robert Snodgrass.
The Scot was a hugely popular figure during his time at the London Stadium and he clearly still has a place in his heart for the Hammers.
Robert Snodgrass reacts on Twitter after West Ham beat Sevilla
The Scot must keep an eye out for us still, despite having left East London more than a year ago now.
And he posted a message on Twitter after West Ham beat Sevilla 2-0 after extra-time:
We always loved Snoddy. He was a good player for us but perhaps more importantly, an incredible bloke as well.
There are so many West Ham players who seem to forge really close bonds with the fans. The Scot was undoubtedly one of those.
It just proves that if you give your all in the Claret and Blue, you will be loved by the fans, whatever happens.
And the feeling is obviously mutual. Snoddgrass still loves West Ham, and it’s great to see.