David Moyes is enjoying his time in London with West Ham and is reportedly in talks about a new contract with the club. The early stages of the season have been positive for the West Londoners and they want continuity with the Scotsman.
Moyes is in his second spell at the club and has been impressive, to say the least. They currently sit 5th in the Premier League after beating Aston Villa on Premier League matchday 10.
His current contract expires at the end of the season and West Ham want him to be at their managerial helm beyond next summer.
The club have been facing challenges on and off the pitch after moving to the London Stadium in 2016. However, they seem to have made progress after Moyes was appointed 12 months ago.
When Moyes took over from Manuel Pellegrini, West Ham were 17th on the log and just 1 point above the relegation zone.
He also now has the final say on transfers and signings as was seen with Tomas Soucek, Vladimir Coufal, Jarrod Bowen, and Said Benrahma, who have played their part in the club’s recent successes.
It can be recalled that Moyes was previously manager of the club after being brought in to replace Slaven Bilic. However, he was not offered a new deal at the end of his first six-month spell in charge of the club.