West Ham are hopeful of taking over the Olympic Stadium, and vice chairman Karren Brady says the club are committed to preserving the venue's legacy. The former Birmingham City chairman told Sky Sports News:"We still have a dream. The Olympic Stadium has been built. Someone has to use it, and provide the jobs.

"Its legacy needs to be preserved. It needs someone to come into that community, ensure supporters come in and use the park, and do that on a global stage -that's what the Premier League provides.

"We're very hopeful and we're working very hard to get it."

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