David Moyes is unlikely to remain at West Ham when the 2017-18 season ends
David Moyes is not expected to remain at West Ham beyond the end of the 2017-18 season, according to reports.
The Scot was hired on a six-month contract in November, succeeding Slaven Bilic with the Hammers in the bottom three.
He has successfully guided them away from the lower end of the Premier League table, with West Ham sitting in 12th following Saturday’s 3-1 defeat to Brighton.
However, the nature of the league means West Ham are still not safe from relegation, with only three points separating them with Huddersfield Town in 19th.
Even if Moyes does keep West Ham in the top flight, The Telegraph report it is unlikely he will stay with the club, and they are expected to search for a new permanent appointment at the end of the season.
Newcastle’s Rafa Benitez, David Wagner, the Huddersfield boss, and former Watford head coach Marco Silva are all named in the report as coaches admired by the West Ham hierarchy.