According to a report published by The Standard, West Ham will offer manager David Moyes a new contract at the end of the season if he manages to save them from relegation.
Moyes took over the club in November following the sacking of Slaven Bilic. Though Moyes has led the club out of the relegation zone, they are still far from safe and are currently in 12th position on the Premier League standings and just three points above the relegation zone.
The East London club next face off against fellow strugglers Watford this weekend. The Hornets will be full of confidence going into the game considering that they are coming off a morale boosting victory over Chelsea.
The Hammers are looking to establish consistency if they avoid relegation this season and they will reportedly offer former Everton and Manchester United manager Moyes a new two-year deal if he does manage to help them avoid the drop.