West Ham are set to wave goodbye to another Premier League season at the London Stadium but it hasn’t been a comfortable time for supporters.

David Moyes’ tenure since his appointment in November has simply been par for the course, with many expressing their desire to seek a new manager this summer as the Scotsman’s contract rapidly approaches it’s conclusion.

However, writing in his column for The Evening StandardMoyes has revealed it’s his intention to remain at the club and is eyeing higher achievements in east London.

“We’ve done what we set out to do, keep this great football club in the Premier League but I won’t be walking around the pitch at the London Stadium on Sunday celebrating avoiding relegation. I want to aim higher – much higher.”

“If we can agree common goals at the end of this season I would like to stay at West Ham as I do believe we are on the right road.”

“I have to say I have really enjoyed this job. Everyone has made me welcome and in my eyes we’ve had very little negativity from within because we’ve always tried to keep things going.”