David Moyes’ tenure at West Ham has been par for the course and there has been plenty of rumours suggesting his short-term deal won’t be extended.

The Scottish boss took charge of the Hammers back in November and, despite leading the club to Premier League safety, has failed to inspire a large section of the fanbase.

A final decision on Moyes’ future is yet to be made by the club’s board but the former Manchester United and Sunderland boss is not concerned about what is around the corner, revealing he had the opportunity to leave earlier in the season.

Quoted by BT Sport, Moyes said:

“” could have joined a Premier League club during the season here, when I was West Ham manager.”

“I chose not to. But I’ve got other things if it’s not renewed. It’s not a problem. There is nothing scheduled. We always said even in November don’t even ask me because we won’t have an idea before the end of the season.”

“I’d probably expect the week after the end of the season we’ll start seeing if things can be done.  think my record, the amount of games I’ve had, the amount of wins I’ve got, probably apart from two or three managers there’s nobody who’s got a better win ratio.”

“For most of my seasons, apart from one last year, I’ve been competing at the top six, top eight. I know what it looks like, I know what you need to get there. I need to see if West Ham are going to get there.”