West Ham aren’t remotely close to finding a potential replacement for manager David Moyes this summer, according to an update from journalist Michael Bridge.

The Scot in his second stint in charge at the London Stadium, and overall, he has enjoyed a successful time of things overall.

Last season’s UEFA Europa Conference League success was one of the most memorable achievements in West Ham’s history, and Moyes will always be appreciated for masterminding that run to glory, not least the dramatic win over Fiorentina in the final.

This time around, the Hammers have been more inconsistent, and while they are still in the Europa League, there have been some calls for the 60-year-old to be sacked, especially following a grim 6-0 defeat at home to Arsenal in February.

Speaking to Give Me Sport, however, Bridge claimed that there are no current plans to dispose of Moyes and bring in a replacement this summer:

“Tim Steidten, from my understanding a while ago, actually likes Oliver Glasner and he was mentioned with a couple of other options. But, from my information, I don’t think they are anywhere near thinking about alternatives at the moment. Moyes has got a good relationship with the board, but he might actually get to a stage where he thinks he has had enough.

“There have been so many ups and downs this season. There are the high points, like winning away at Arsenal, but then they lost heavily to Arsenal at home. West Ham are still in Europe, and Moyes’ record in those competitions has been immense.”

West Ham fans are likely to be divided about what should happen with Moyes this summer, with some feeling he remains the best man for the job and others wanting a new manager brought in.

He has vast experience and an ability to win matches, both of which are priceless in the Premier League, so there would be a risk element involved in taking a punt on someone else.

These next few months feel key for the Hammers boss, and it could even be that he decides himself that this summer is the right time to step aside after over four years in charge second time round.