TEAMtalk looks at how the players performed in West Ham's 2-1 victory over Blackpool in the Championship play-off final on Saturday.
MATTHEW GILKS: Little chance with the opening goal but could have done better in the build-up to the winner. Made a decent stop from Carlton Cole in second half, and then a brilliant one from Kevin Nolan - 7
NEAL EARDLEY: Stretched on the overlap, but also got forward well - 6
IAN EVATT: Got caught out of position for the opening goal, but otherwise did well against a lively West Ham frontline - 6
ALEX BAPTISTE: Solid display from the former Mansfield man who had plenty of work to go across the backline - 6
STEPHEN CRAINEY: Often got sucked inside tracking Vaz Te, but just about held his own - 6
BARRY FERGUSON: Tangerines skipper sat in front of the back four and provided quick link out to the flanks whenever possible - 7
STEPHEN DOBBIE: Unfortunate not to give Blackpool an early lead and then missed a sitter from six yards in second half - 6
MARTINEZ ANGEL: Quiet, but effective display from the Spaniard, who enjoyed a tussle with Kevin Nolan - 6.
THOMAS INCE: Silenced the West Ham boo-boys with a well-taken finish at the start of the second half - 7.
MATT PHILLIPS: Missed two good chances early in the first half, and then turned provider for Blackpool's equaliser - 6
KEVIN PHILLIPS: Plenty of work from the veteran forward, but lacked any real supply in the final third - 6.
LUDOVIC SYLVESTRE (for K Phillips, 70): Sat just behind the strikers and offered good support in the supply line - 6
NOUHA DICKO (for Angel, 90) No time to make an impact - 5
ROMAN BEDNAR (for Dobbie, 90) Came on with the game already gone - 5
ROBERT GREEN: England keeper made a good early save, but was left exposed for Blackpool's equaliser - 7
GUY DEMEL: Less than impressive display on the big stage by the Ivory Coast defender, whose slip almost led to early Blackpool goal and was eventually replaced - 5
WINSTON REID: Got forward well in support of Vaz Te down the flanks, but also had to be alert in defence - 6
JAMES TOMKINS: Usual solid display from the reliable Irons centre-back - 7
MATTHEW TAYLOR: Provided a great angled cross for opening goal, and got forwards as much as possible - 7
GARY O'NEIL: Quite game for the former Middlesbrough midfielder, who was replaced in the second half - 6
MARK NOBLE: Not the Wembley display Irons fans were hoping from by former England under-21 man, but effective enough - 6
KEVIN NOLAN: Saw plenty of the ball and provided good link up with front two. Desperately unlucky to see his late volley touched onto bar - 7
JACK COLLISON: Did not really stamp himself on the game and often was chasing possession - 6
CARLTON COLE: Great finish for the opening goal and an industrious display by the one-time England forward - 8
RICARDO VAZ TE: After a lively early display from the Portuguese forward, his impact faded, but popped up to net the late winner - 7
GEORGE McCARTNEY (for O'Neil, 53): Solid showing at full-back, and supported attack well - 6
JULIEN FAUBERT (for Demel, 57): Backline looked more solid after his arrival - 6