West Ham United co-owner David Gold is confident that the clubs return to the Premier League will keep Robert Green at Upton Park.

The 32-year old goalkeeper comes out of contract this summer but Gold has indicated that he is more likely to sign a new deal now that the Hammers are on their way back to the top flight following Saturday's Championship play-off win over Blackpool.

"The offer we could have made to Rob would obviously not have met his requirements if we had still been in the Championship," said Gold.

"But now there will be one on the table which should be acceptable and hopefully we will wrap that up in the next five weeks."

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