Despite speculation that he may be sacked, David Moyes is expected to remain at West Ham even if the club is relegated, according to a source of authority at the London Stadium, as reported by talkSPORT presenter Jim White.
The Hammers have had a dismal season and are in danger of being relegated to the Championship, having won only two of their last 13 Premier League matches, including a recent heavy 4-0 loss to Brighton.
Moyes has also been unsuccessful in leading the team to an away victory in their last 11 Premier League away games, and they are only one point above the relegation zone.
Despite this, senior players at West Ham have reportedly expressed their support for Moyes to the club’s hierarchy. The source White spoke to suggests that Moyes is expected to continue as manager, regardless of whether West Ham is relegated or not.
talkSPORT presenter Jim White said:
“The feeling there, what is dominating their thoughts at this stage of the season is Premier League survival and winning the Europa Conference League. Those are their targets.
“There is also the feeling that even if West Ham go down, David Moyes would carry on.”