West Ham United hasn't been a team filled with glitz and glamour during its time in the English Premier League, but it has shown that hard work will go rewarded.
Michail Antonio has taken full advantage of his opportunities in West London, becoming the club's all-time leading goalscorer in the Premier League-era on Monday night.
Antonio scored twice in the Hammers 4-1 romp over 10 men Leicester City, passing Paolo Di Canio for the top spot in the club's all-time EPL goal-scoring chart.
The now-Jamaican international has worked his way up from the lower divisions of English Football to become a fan favorite at West Ham United.
Antonio's hard work on and off the pitch has helped the 31-year-old forward get to where he is today and the Hammers organization has reaped the rewards with the club dreaming of trophies in both England and Europe.
"[I was] So relieved -- first half I think I was over-doing it," Antonio said post match on Monday. "I kind of let it affect me in the first half but second half I did the job. You have to try and be professional but I was trying to make history so it's always in the back of your mind.
"The fans were still here singing 20 minutes later, the atmosphere is amazing, there's nothing better than scoring and hearing the roar of the fans. We've got the squad, and consistency and all we can do is keep getting the points. We've never been top of the table in my seven years here so I'll enjoy that."