Sam Allardyce says his West Ham side have hit form at just the right time ahead of next weekend's play-off final.
The Hammers head to Wembley having lost just once in their last 20 matches and on the back of a 5-0 aggregate semi-final win over Cardiff.
Fans are already snapping up tickets for West Ham's first trip to the national stadium since 1981 as they attempt to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt.
"We go into the all-important Wembley final both resilient and in an attacking, goalscoring mood," said boss Allardyce.
"To see the West Ham fans there filling one half of that stadium is going to be pretty special and I hope we can all come out at the end of it with what we all hope for.
"We have another obstacle in the way who will be equally determined in either Blackpool or Birmingham, so it's about us maintaining our form going into this vital final game of the season."