West Ham United have reportedly offered manager David Moyes a new contract to reward him for the impressive start to the season. The Scotsman has masterminded an excellent start to the season for the Hammers who are in the top five on the Premier League standings.
According to Sky Sports, the West Ham United owners have been impressed with David Moyes and they have opened contract talks with the former Everton, Preston North End and Manchester United boss. His present deal runs out next summer and West Ham United are keen to see him extend his deal beyond that time.
David Moyes is in his second spell with the Hammers. He spent six months during the 2017/18 season in his first spell. David Moyes was appointed the West Ham United on an interim basis during that season after Slaven Bilic was sacked. At the point of his appointment, West Ham United were struggling in the Premier League but he managed to keep them in the division. Despite keeping the Hammers in the Premier League, Moyes was not offered the manager’s job.
David Moyes returned for his second spell last season shortly after the Hammers sacked Manuel Pellegrini. West Ham United were one point and one place off the relegation zonewhen Pellegrini was sacked but David Moyes managed to keep the team up comfortably at the end of the last campaign.
The Scotsman has impressed a great deal during his second spell at the club and is in line to be rewarded with a new deal. He has impressed in the last 12 months since returning to the East London club. Under his watch, the Hammers have won the last three games in the Premier League and they are up to fifth position on the table on the back of those wins.