West Ham’s victory in the Europa Conference League has brought a sense of certainty regarding the future of their manager, David Moyes.
The Hammers ran out 2-1 in 90 minutes in Prague.
Amidst speculations linking Moyes to the vacant managerial position at Celtic, West Ham’s club chief, David Sullivan, has made a clear statement about his intentions.
In a conversation with talkSPORT, Sullivan was asked about Moyes’ future at West Ham. He responded emphatically, stating:
“As long as he wants to remain the manager, he will remain the manager of West Ham.”
This statement comes in the wake of Celtic’s search for a new manager following Ange Postecoglou’s move to Tottenham.
Moyes, a Scot himself, has been a name under consideration for the role at Celtic Park, but the win on Wednesday night has likely ruled him out of the Celtic job, with pressure lifting from the manager.
However, Sullivan’s declaration suggests that Moyes will continue to lead West Ham, especially after guiding the team to their first major silverware in over four decades.