REPORT: West Ham United Offer New Contract to David Moyes

West Ham United have offered a new contract to manager David Moyes, according to Sky Sports. The 57-year-old has done an impressive job for the Hammers during his second spell with the club. Moyes, whose contract runs out next year, this season has steered West Ham to one of their best starts in the Premier League era.

A New Contract to David Moyes

A Well Deserved Contract for Moyes

The news of a new contract for the 57-year-old comes as a no surprise following his impressive spell with West Ham. David Moyes arrived at West Ham during a difficult spell last season. The Hammers were 17th in the table following a dismal start to their campaign. Injuries and lack of form saw the Hammers looking like a shadow of the side that finished tenth during the 2018/19 season. Following the arrival of Moyes in December of last season, the Hammers improved drastically and finished two places above the relegation zone.

This season, the Hammers have built on their impressive start under Moyes. Despite being earmarked by pundits as one of the favourites for relegation, the Hammers have surprised everyone. West Ham have had one of their best starts to their Premier League campaign and now find themselves sitting fifth, just four points of league leaders Tottenham Hotspur.

The Scot is Finally Repairing his Reputation

Moyes was one of the best domestic managers in the game during his spell at Goodison Park. The Scot had established Everton as a European side following their forgetful start to the Premier League era. But, his decision to move to Manchester United started his downfall.

The Scot had a torrid time in Manchester and eventually got the sack after he struggled to adjust to the pressure and his new surrounds. Unsuccessful spells with Real Sociedad and Sunderland also did not do any favours to his reputation.

Despite helping the Hammers to safety in his first spell during the 2017/18 campaign, Moyes did not receive a new contract. Now, the Scott is finally re-establishing his fallen stature as he guides West Ham to one of their most promising league starts in a very long time.

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