West Ham have said they are "disgusted" at a video apparently showing some of their fans singing anti-Semitic chants from a game near the start of last season.

The video appeared on social media on Monday evening and the club have responded by banning a supporter for life in relation to the footage.

The statement read: "We are disgusted by the contents of a video circulating on social media on Monday evening, filmed near the start of the 2018-19 season.

"We have taken immediate action to identify the offender and have subsequently handed our evidence to the Metropolitan Police.

"Additionally, the individual concerned will be banned for life from the London Stadium."

"The club is unequivocal in its stance - we have a zero-tolerance approach to any form of abhorrent behaviour.

"Equality and diversity is at the heart of the football club and we are committed to continue ensuring that everyone who enters the London Stadium is free to enjoy watching their team play football in an inclusive environment."

This comes after a joint investigation between Chelsea and Liverpool after a video emerged earlier this week of a Blues fan chanting alleged racist abuse towards Reds forward Mohamed Salah.