Phwoar... one must admit that West Ham's new home for 2016/17 onwards looks pretty darn swish. It should be, of course – after all, the Olympic Stadium was the centrepiece for a hugely successful London 2012 – but the Hammers' plans to make it their own certainly look the part.
Not only will it have an extra 19,000 seats on Upton Park and a digital wrap (see the next slide for more), the east Londoners will soon be able to boast "one of the best-connected stadiums in Europe" (it says here). Which is lovely.
Talk of Tottenham part-occupying it for 2017/18, however, has already been quashed by vice-chairman Karren Brady, speaking to reporters on Tuesday. "In reality another team probably could play here but only with our permission. No one's asked yet, and if they did we'd probably say no depending on who it was. If you get my drift." Basically, Daniel Levy need not bother picking up the phone.