Former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes will be rewarded with a new contract with West Ham United. The 58-year-old, whose initial 18-month will run out in the summer, has been able to overseen West Ham United to seventh place position in the league table this season with two games left to play.
West Ham United to Extend David Moyes’ Contract
West Ham United is willing to extend the club by 12 months, but rumours have it now that the club is likely to give the manager longer time in the club because of his performance so far. According to David Moyes, he said: “I hope we’ll get something confirmed.”The manager also said, “We’re pretty well down the line with my contract.
It is more likely to be after the end of the season before we do anything. We don’t want anything to get in the way of what we’re doing just now.” Moyes David met West Ham United in the 17th place position in the league table but could help the team go up to the Europa League position. The was one contending for the Champions League spot was crushed when they drew their last game.
They are now hoping to maintain the Europa league position. Moyes said: “If you are rewarded with European football for finishing high up the league, it is praise for you, and it is showing the work you have done.”The major said he is worried about the third European competition which Europa wants to bring. He said if his team ends up in that tournament, he will not be disappointed, but and he starts playing Thursday football, his thinking style may change to suit the partner.