West Ham manager David Moyes has revealed that he would like to remain manager of the club for the long-term.
Moyes signed a six-month contract with the Hammers in November and is now outlining his plans for the long-term.
The Scot was appointed as manager of the East London club in November after they found themselves in the relegation zone under former manager Slaven Bilic who ended up being subsequently sacked.
Though their survival this season is not certain, the Hammers have improved and have moved out of the drop zone.
Should they survive this season, it is likely that Moyes will get rewarded with a longer contract.
“We can do things in a slightly different way to how it was done in the past and hopefully it will work,” Moyes said.
“I want the West Ham supporters to think that David Moyes is the right man for the job. I want the West Ham board to think David Moyes is the right man.