Data blog: Where do West Ham sit in the financial Premier League?
Unsurprisingly, the clubs with the biggest turnovers are grouped near the top of the league and the smaller clubs are lower.
Compare West Ham's £46.17million to Man Utd's £363million or, to annoy Jose Mourinho more, Chelsea's £255million.
Check out our graph below for the full league table.
They may be lower in the Premier League than this time last season, but Manchester United are still top of the Turnover League with £363million.
Manchester City's recent announcement of a turnover of £271million has put them into second place, but they are still some way off their main rivals.
Chelsea (£255.8m) and Arsenal (£242.8m) complete the top four, while Hull (£11.08m), Palace (£15.02m) and Cardiff (£20.22m) all find themselves in relegation places.