David Moyes may have pushed West Ham onto the verge of securing their Premier League status for another season but there’s still many left uninspired by his tenure.

The former Sunderland boss has only achieved par for the course following his appointment earlier in the campaign, though he’s expected to be handed extended terms this summer.

Whilst it has been suggested that the Hammers could look elsewhere, an insider has claimed that Moyes is the man David Gold and David Sullivan are likely to go with – and the reason given will hardly appease fans.

Stating on social media that a ‘lack of options’ is the likely excuse to be given by the West Ham board, it will certainly ruffle a few feathers.

With plenty of changes set to take place across the continent this summer, it’s expected the likes of Arsene Wenger, Antonio Conte and Unai Emery will join Manuel Pellegrini, Marco Silva and Rafael Benitez as potentially available.

We’re not saying any of those should be the next manager but it does point out the fact that ‘lack of options’ is not a good take from the board.