A twitter poll of 5,226 supporters suggests they would prefer Graham Potter to manage West Ham next season with the former Chelsea manager picking up 43.2% (2,258) of the available votes.
Italian manager Roberto Mancini who was linked with the Hammers job this week by the Italian press was voted second option with 26.1% (1,364) of the votes.
Former Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers picked up third place from a list of four with 21% (1,097) of the votes.
Finally David Moyes picked up the remaining 9.7% (507) of the votes to continue in his final year of his contract next season.
Although the poll was restricted to four options many West Ham supporters added their own choices with Will Still, Michael Carrick, Thomas Frank, Vincent Kompany, Steve Bruce, Carlos Ancellotti, Harry Redknapp, Antonio Conte, and Frank Lampard all mentioned as possible successors next season.
The West Ham Football Twitter poll still has five hours to run at https://twitter.com/westhamfootball/status/1643285556770611200?s=20