David Moyes has said his sole spotlight is on keeping West Ham in the Premier League this season and is looking no further ahead than July 26 and the last round of the battle at home to Aston Villa.
The Hammers have been involved in a transfer fight for a large portion of the period regardless of losing only one of their initial seven games when Manuel Pellegrini was in charge in east London. He at that point went on a run of two dominates in 12 matches which prompted the hatchet for the Chilean and was supplanted by Moyes.
The Scot has won only three of 13 since however has constantly commented about the future and how he saw West Ham getting down to business in a post-Pellegrini period. He began that with the volunteers of Jarrod Bowen from Hull City and Tomas Soucek from Slavia Prague.
s conceded that during lockdown particularly he had been seeing potential exchange enlists and sifting through the structure of the club going ahead however subsequent to losing two straight rounds of Project Restart, his deduction modified to just enduring this season.
The general accord is that on the off chance that Moyes keeps the club up in 2019/20 then he will stay in the post for the beginning of the 2020/21 season, which is probably going to get in progress in September.