David Moyes will most likely remain in charge of West Ham next season after qualifying for a European final and avoiding relegation.
Reports that the Scotsman will throw in the towel or leave by mutual consent this summer have been denied, with club insiders saying that is news to them.
Moyes will not need to win the final to ensure he retains his job, with the West Ham board believing he has done enough to see out the final year of his contract.
One club source speaking to Claret and Hugh said, “As far as we are concerned, David Moyes will be staying. It has become a relatively good season in the League and excellent in Europe.”
The manager has ensured Premier League status with two games remaining and can now finish as high as 13th on 43 points.
He also has guided the Hammers to their first European final in 47 years, and a win would guarantee Europe for a record third year running.