West Ham ‘are set to offer David Moyes a new contract’ following strong start to the season as they look to learn from their mistake after letting him go after his first spell in 2017-18
- West Ham are set to sit down and enter contract talks with boss David Moyes
- The Scotsman has overseen five victories from 10 matches played so far
- During Moyes’ last spell he saved the club from relegation but wasn’t retained
- Now the east London club want the 57-year-old to reshape a new era
West Ham United are reportedly set to enter talks with manager David Moyes regarding a lucrative new deal following his strong start to the season.
The Scotsman has overseen five victories from 10 matches played so far, with the Hammers sitting in fifth place in the table as a result.
Moyes’ current deal is set to expire next summer once the end of the season arrives and West Ham are keen to ensure he remains on board past that point, according to Sky Sports.
David Moyes is on the verge of being handed a lucrative new deal with West Ham United
The east London club are looking to learn from mistakes made previously, after Moyes saved the club from relegation during his last tenure in 2017 but was not retained in the aftermath.
The 57-year-old previously arrived as the club was at rock bottom following the demise of Slaven Bilic’s reign, but was not offered an extension despite salvaging the club’s top-flight status.
Moyes was replaced by former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini in May 2018, whose ill-fated time in charge saw him axed last December, paving the way for Moyes’ return.
West Ham have made a strong start to the season and sit in fifth in the league as a result
The Hammers are looking to learn from the previous mistake of letting Moyes leave the club
The Hammers now want the former Manchester United and Everton boss to lead a new era, as the club looks to add consistency to its approach.
Over previous seasons West Ham have been something of a yo-yo club in the Premier League, enduring seasons which range from European pushes to avoiding relegation.
Since returning Moyes has been given full control when it comes to decision making and transfers, bringing in the likes of Tomas Soucek, Jarrod Bowen, Vladimir Coufal and Said Benrahma.