Mark Noble wants Champions League football at West Ham and reckons Avram Grant can deliver his dream next season.
Hammers midfielder Noble insists his side will avoid the drop this term and then quickly switched his sights to joining Europe's elite.
The 23-year-old believes Grant can transform the club from relegation fodder to Champions League contenders like Harry Redknapp has done with close rivals Tottenham.
Noble, speaking to the Daily Star Sunday, said: "If we can keep bringing in players like we have done recently, do some more good business in the transfer windows with the foundations we have, the fans we have and the club how it is, there is no reason why we can't do what Tottenham are doing.
"I would be the first to say that things haven't been going well for the last few years here but in the last month we have done a lot of stuff together.
"We've been on days out, been to Portugal for training and we have come together as a team and a club.
"When you bring in good players, this is what you get.
"When the recruitment system is good - as it is here - then you get quality players."