After leading West Ham to victory in the Europa Conference League, David Moyes will remain as the club’s manager.
Throughout the season, there has been a lot of speculation about Moyes’ future with West Ham.
The Scot appeared to be facing being let go three times, but each time West Ham won and finally locked up their place in the Premier League with two games remaining.
“I hope we can keep improving. I believe we have over the previous two or three years, and last night was an improvement since we took home a trophy.” When West Ham’s open-top bus paraded through East London on Friday, Moyes stated, “It was a huge moment for us all – to win a trophy.”
“It’s challenging to compete at the highest level every season, but all you can do is attempt to do our best.”
The Hammers later defeated Fiorentina in Prague to end their 43-year trophy drought, and it has now been determined that Moyes, aged 60, will remain in his position as West Ham prepares for their first-ever appearance in the third consecutive season of European football.
Declan Rice, the team’s captain, is expected to depart the club this summer, but he is keen to build on their Conference League victory, so Moyes will have to manage without him.