West Ham manager David Moyes is now “likely” to leave his role at the end of the season, according to a new report.

The Scot is in his second stint in charge at the London Stadium, during which time he has enjoyed plenty of success.

Not only has Moyes turned West Ham into one of the best Premier League teams outside of the traditional ‘big six’, but he also guided them to a memorable UEFA Europa Conference League triumph last season.

Despite this, the 60-year-old’s future in east London has been up in the air throughout the current campaign, due in part to his contract expiring at the end of the season.

The decision looks set to rest with Moyes himself, but a new update from Football Insider suggests that he and the club may have made his mind up regarding his future:

“West Ham are now likely to part with manager David Moyes at the end of this season, sources have told Football Insider. Moyes, 60, is out of contract in June and has previously suggested he will make a decision on his future at the end of the 2023-24 campaign.

“But a well-placed source has now told Football Insider that the Scot is now ‘more and more likely’ to leave the London Stadium.”

Ultimately, Moyes’ decision is going to split opinion whatever his choice is this summer, considering how divided the fanbase currently is when it comes to his future.

Bringing in a younger manager with a more attack-minded approach could certainly be exciting for supporters – Lille boss Paulo Fonseca has been linked with the job – but Moyes may only be fully appreciated when he leaves, should his replacement struggle.

It does arguably feel like the right time for him to leave, though, rather than staying too long and potentially damaging his legacy – if that is the case, he should be remembered as an excellent servant.

The fact that he won a trophy should always see him thought of fondly by West Ham fans, and he has created an excellent team at the same time, bringing in superb signings such as Lucas Paqueta, Mohammed Kudus and Jarrod Bowen, among others.