West Ham chairman David Gold delivers surprise update on David Moyes future

West Ham 3 Everton 1 Lanzini double gives Moyes hope for the future

Now though, The Mirror report that Fonseca has been in London this week for talks with West Ham United, as the Portuguese boss considers making a shock move to replace David Moyes. I would say more often than not I bet you it's proved wrong.

Two goals from Manuel Lanzini and one from Marko Arnautovic helped to secure the Hammers three points that left them 13th in the final standings, and Moyes said his side's performance showed a marked improvement on their play from when he took over in November 2017. I don't know if anybody can come and make that big a difference in six months.

"In actual fact, what I have discovered, if you look at the injury list right the way through the season, there was a time just before Christmas we had 12 senior players injured, unavailable for selection". But every manager now is in transit.

"I thought we played really well with the ball".

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

But when questioned on whether or not he could now categorically state if he wants the West Ham job, Moyes said: "I can't because I'm no further forward".

A source close to West Ham told TEAMtalk: "As it stands there is about a 5% chance that Moyes stays, West Ham are not convinced he is the best long-term option for them". Confident? I can't quite say confident after all I'm reading in the paper. "We will meet and talk next week".

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