Another Premier League campaign has come to an end for West Ham and, unfortunately, it’s largely been a frustrating one for the fans.
The Hammers spent the majority of the season flirting with relegation and only an upturn in form following March’s international break saved them from Championship football next season.
David Moyes succeeded Slaven Bilic as Hammers boss in November and achieved his objective of keeping the club in the top-flight, although he failed to win over the supporter’s.
As such, the Scottish boss is highly unlikely to be handed an extended deal at the London Stadium – but one pundit has remarkably claimed he’s been one of the best manager’s this season.
Sky Sports pundit Phil Thompson believes Moyes has been one of the Premier League’s finest managers this season, comments that will surely raise eyebrows at West Ham.
“He’s had to use all of his experience to keep them in the Premier League and prevent a potential implosion.”
“I think Moyes should be in there with the top manager performances of the season because of the emotional battles in that job, putting out fires all over the place with fans, owners and players.”