David Moyes unsurprisingly stated Sunday that that the choice of whether he will be given the West Ham United job into next season hasn’t been made yet.
After the season-ending 3-1 victory over his former club Everton, Moyes was asked if owners David Gold and David Sullivan were close to making a decision on him.
“The club, we’ll speak to the club,” he said in the Premier League post-match mix zone. “You know things haven’t changed, over the next few days, hopefully we get a chance to speak. But, everything is the same as it was.”
During his overall post-match press conference, Moyes reiterated how his future was still to be determined, but complimented how he and his staff has brought stability to the club following his replacement of Slaven Bilic.
“Today it looks much more structured,” he said. “We’ve played well, we’re improved from the start of the season no end. We really have.”
“I think we’ve shown that we’ve tried to improve. I don’t know anyone could come and make that big of a difference in six months. Even Pep took his time to get his time to get his team right. I don’t think anyone could make that difference.”