David Moyes is staying on as West Ham manager, Daily Mail have confirmed this morning.
The 60 year-old will enter into the final year of his contract after holding talks with the club’s co-owner David Sullivan at the end of last week.
After discussing the club’s direction with Sullivan on Friday, including their plans for a new director of football, Moyes will remain manager as West Ham prepare for another season in Europe.
This morning’s Daily Mail news ,matches that told to 6foot2 yesterday when we run David Moyes to remain in charge.
“We believed in him. We came in for a lot of pressure from supporters, the press and everyone who seemed mad on making changes but we believe in honouring contracts,’ David Sullivan told talkSPORT last week
‘David had a contract with us and has a contract with us until next summer and next summer we’ll look at it again.
‘Until then, if he wants to remain as manager then he will remain as manager of West Ham.’