- David Moyes has agreed to continue his managerial career at West Ham United by signing new three-year deal
- The Scottish professional coach last season helped the club to finish among the top six and got Europa League ticket
- Moyes was linked with a return to Premier League side Everton following the exit of Carlo Ancelotti
After finishing sixth on the final table at the end of the recently concluded Premier League season, Scottish football coach David Moyes has agreed to sign a new three-year deal.
West Ham’s chiefs are said to be happy with the performance of the club last term in the English topflight which helped the side to qualify for the Europa League.
Following the departure of Carlo Ancelotti at Everton moving back to Real Madrid, David Moyes has been linked with a return to Goodison Park.
“I think it’s a huge achievement from where we came from. It’s the biggest step the club has ever made – to jump this far is incredible. We are in a really good place at the moment.
“I think the players have been remarkable, we have grown as a team and got better and we are in a really good place at the moment. We have to take it on again and keep up the standards we have set.
“If I have the exact same group of players next season I think we can continue to be successful. I am hoping we can add similar characters to the squad next season.”
David Moyes is not new in the Premier League as he had also managed the likes of Manchester United and Sunderland.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Paul Pogba delivered a powerful message on his future at Premier League side Manchester United claiming that the club’s chiefs have not had any discussion with him.
The France international who is currently ready for EURO 2020 is one of the best midfielders in the world considering his styles of play and even goal scoring sense.
When Jose Mourinho was in charge of Manchester United, Paul Pogba was linked with a move away from Old Trafford due to the bust ups he had with the now Roma gaffer.
But current Manchester United handler Ole Solskjaer was able to convince Paul Pogba to stay despite his agent wanting him to move to Spanish side Real Madrid.