David Moyes’ future at West Ham remains uncertain. The Scotsman is approaching the final months of his contract with the Hammers.
David Moyes has calmed speculations over his future at West Ham, saying he has no intention of leaving the club.
The Scot has impressed during a second spell at the London Stadium, with an in-form Hammers side rising into the Premier League top four.
However, it remains to be seen just how much longer Moyes will remain at West Ham. As earlier mentioned, the Scotsman is in the final months of his contract and is yet to agree to an extension.
Following the resignation of Neil Cannon as Celtic manager, the West Ham boss alongside Frank Lampard has been touted as a potential replacement for the Scottish giants.
However, Moyes says he is fully focused with West Ham and remains happy with the situation of things at the moment.
“I have no intention of going anywhere.” he said as per the club’s website.
“I have spoken to David Sullivan but I don’t want anything to get in the way of what we are doing right now.”
“I am really happy because there have been great improvements here at West Ham and, hopefully, we can continue the improvement here.”
Up next for Moyes and West Ham is perhaps their most difficult game of 2021 so far. They face an in-form Manchester City side looking to make it 20 successive wins in a row across all competitions.