West Ham manager David Moyes could end up signing a new deal at the club, according to a big update from reliable journalist David Ornstein.

The Hammers picked up a fantastic victory on Thursday evening, coming from behind to win 2-1 away to Tottenham in the Premier League.

Christian Romero’s header gave Spurs the lead before half-time in north London, but goals from Jarrod Bowen and James Ward-Prowse turned the game on its head during the second half.

It was one of West Ham’s standout results of the season so far, and with pressure growing on Moyes at times during the campaign, this was a significant night for him.

The Scot is out of contract at the London Stadium at the end of this season, however, so it remains to be seen whether he will move on or not at that point.

Writing in a Q&A for The Athletic on Thursday, however, Ornstein backed Moyes to extend his stay at West Ham:

“His contract expires in the summer and that is when West Ham intend to review the situation. They will naturally be surveying the market for options if Moyes isn’t to continue, but it wouldn’t surprise me if he does.

“He has done an amazing job in this second spell, led them to a European trophy and they sit ninth in the PL table this season. Massive game tonight, of course.”

Moyes has done such an impressive job at West Ham overall, with this his second stint at the club, and he will always be remembered for guiding them to UEFA Europa Conference League glory last season.

While there have been some dissenting voices when it comes to the 60-year-old, in terms of this being his last season with the Hammers, Thursday’s victory once again showed what a good manager he is, as he got the better of the much-praised Ange Postecoglou.

Some supporters may still want a change next summer, feeling that a fresh manager is needed to herald the start of a new era at the London Stadium, but it is easy to envisage them regretting letting Moyes go, so it could be best to hand him a new deal instead.