David Moyes may potentially leave London Stadium at the end of the season, as there are no indications of the manager signing a new deal with West Ham, according to The Telegraph.
The newspaper reported on February 11th that Moyes “keeps his own counsel,” indicating that the possibility of him walking away from his position at the end of his current contract is not out of the question.
Despite his recent successes with the Hammers, Moyes reportedly feels underappreciated by some fans due to growing concerns over his team’s style of football.
There is indeed significant speculation surrounding Moyes’ potential extension at the London Stadium, particularly given the criticism he has faced despite West Ham sitting in eighth place in the Premier League and being contenders for success in the Europa League.
Although there are some fans’ dissatisfaction with the style of football under Moyes, it would seem prudent to secure him with a new contract, especially considering the challenging years West Ham has endured prior to his arrival.
Comparing the situation to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, where complaints about style are also present due to its repetitiveness, despite their dominance, highlights the complex relationship between playing style and results. While West Ham’s approach may differ, it has proven effective nonetheless.