West Ham United are not concerned about Slaven Bilic’s future amid reports linking him with a move to Fenerbahce, the London Evening Standard reports.
Slaven Bilic has recently been targeted by Fenerbahce, who want him to succeed Dick Advocaat as their manager.
Bilic is highly rated in Turkey after his two years with Besiktas directly prior to him joining West Ham.
With Fenerbahce set to finish in a disappointing third place, they are ready to snap up Bilic and will offer him a “name your price” deal.
However, West Ham are confident that the Croatian gaffer will stay at the club beyond the end of the season.
There have been plenty of media rumours suggesting that West Ham are ready to consider sacking Bilic in the summer but Standard Sport understands that the board are in no rush to talk about his long term future.
As Bilic enters the final year of his contract as West Ham United manager, the board want to see how he starts the 2017/18 campaign after a disappointing season.
However, with Premier League safety confirmed, Bilic will be looking to push on next season.