David Moyes keen to stay but Sam lacks confidence

David Moyes keen to stay but Sam lacks confidence

David Moyes keen to stay but Sam lacks confidence

Goals from Lanzini either side of a Marko Arnautovic effort which Jordan Pickford should have done better with earned the Hammers victory in what could also be David Moyes' last game as boss.

"I can't say because I am no further forward", he told reporters. We haven't arranged a date or a time. I don't know if anybody can come and make that big a difference in six months. "I'd like to change things but maybe not everyone is happy with change".

The report claims that while West Ham was pleased with the job that Moyes has done at the London Stadium, the club want to appoint a boss who they believe is capable of taking the team higher up the standings. "I'm happy here, because we won everything, but in few days you'll have news", (via O Jogo). "When you have good performances you might see there is something to build on. I go back to when I took over and was trying to get results by hook or by crook, there was a lot more structure today".

But the former Manchester United manager has experienced difficulty getting to grips with the club.

"They made me some offers to stay here for a few more years, plus I have to manage my family: if I chose to go to Newcastle and stay there, even in the Championship, it's also because of my family".

Allardyce gave a curt response to questions on his own future.

Asked when his West Ham contract officially expires, Moyes said: "Midnight, I think".

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