West Ham have plenty of big decisions to make in the months ahead, as the Hammers look to rebuild after a sub-par campaign.

David Moyes’ short-term deal at the London Stadium has reached it’s expiration and there’s uncertainty that he will be offered fresh terms, with the club unconvinced by the side’s performances under his guidance.

According to The Daily Mirror, that’s led West Ham to express an interest in appointing former Watford boss Marco Silva at the London Stadium.

The 40-year-old caught the eye at the back-end of last season, almost guiding Hull City to safety, and then excelled in the first-half of this year’s campaign with Watford.

However, an approach from Everton, who remain interested in the Portuguese boss, unsettled the highly-rated manager and led to his departure in January – and he’s been away from football since.

Everton, not fully content with Sam Allardyce, remain in the running for Silva’s services but West Ham certainly present a decent alternative – and the manager himself is keen on a return to the Premier League.