Despite rumours to the contrary published in The Telegraph, both Moyes and the board at West Ham insist they have no plans in the works for a change of guard at London Stadium.

Moyes signed a contract to stay with West Ham for the duration of the season after taking over from Slaven Bilic as the next West Ham manager in November.

He’s proved a blessing for the troubled club of late, bringing the side something of a turnaround in fortunes compared to last season’s performance. However, West Ham is still navigating a lot of difficulties about the new west ham manager, and fans are voicing their displeasure ever more loudly.

A Club Under a Cloud

West Ham management reiterated that they’re open to sitting down at the table with Moyes to discuss his possible future at the club but stated that talks would only be undertaken once the season was over.

Going by their statements, they’re happy to keep working in partnership with Moyes about West Ham manager to try and get the club out of the rut they seem to have found themselves in.

There are other matters the club would be advised to turn their attentions to, following a string of recent controversies.

Trouble at the Top

The fans took the opportunity to voice their grievances with owners David Gold and David Sullivan as the club met with defeat at Brighton on Saturday. Disenchantment has gotten so bad that fans are planning to take part in a protest march, starting at the former grounds of Upton Park, to the new London Stadium on March 10th.

This is scheduled to take place before West Ham plays at home against Burnley. Foremost of the complaints is that the owners have been penny pinching and dragging their heels throughout the latest transfer window that yielded disappointing results

This was further compounded by the eventual sacking of recruitment director Tony Henry, who is reported to have instructed agents not to sign African players to the team.

Back and Forth

The club’s vice-chairman Karren Brady wasted no time in coming to the defense of her employers after they started coming under fire for what many fans perceive to be a deliberate display of under-spending. She took to Twitter to claim that the two Davids have spent roughly £264 million on transfers since 2010, a figure she stated didn’t include attendant costs such as wages and agent fees.

For hardcore or skeptical West Ham fans, this didn’t cut the mustard in allaying fears for the club’s future. The club is currently 10 points shy of the bottom of the league. Moyes as West Ham managers has been effective in improving the club’s fortunes to date, but a bad spell of injuries has hampered the resources that the West Ham manager has at his disposal to effect change.

This was amply demonstrated when it was reported that midfielder Pedro Obiang was likely going to be sitting the season out following a knee operation.