Last Updated: Sat, 18 May 2013 11:41
Defender James Collins has no doubts manager Sam Allardyce is the man to take West Ham to the "next level".
Allardyce, 58, last week ended speculation about his future when he penned a new two-year contract extension after successfully keeping the east London club in the top flight.
West Ham - who plan to move into the Olympic Stadium for the start of the 2016/17 season - could secure a top-10 finish if they beat relegated Reading on Sunday.
Wales international Collins believes everything is set up for Allardyce, the former Bolton, Newcastle and Blackburn manager, to continue the club's progression.
"It is great the manager has signed his new contract, we as a team are flourishing and I know he only wants us to be getting better and better," he said.
"We are all enjoying it here. He along with all of us at the club can look to the future and plan what we want to do next in trying to take our club to the next level."
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