Brady said when asked if the move was a mistake: “Absolutely not, one of the reasons we are in that league is because of the opportunities that the Olympic Stadium has offered us.
“We have a capacity of 60,000, we have submitted a planning application to go to 62,500, we have 54,000 subscribers, 50,000 people on the waiting list to buy a subscription, 35,000 families and we have the cheapest subscription in the Premier League.”
Brady questioned a potential January transfer wave as he pointed out that important deals will be difficult to complete at this time of year.
He added: “They are trying a lot in the transfer window as we speak. It’s not always easy to buy in January, you can’t always get the players you want and many people don’t want to sell.