David Moyes admits he is unsure whether he will remain as West Ham manager beyond the end of the season.
The Scot was brought in as Slaven Bilic’s successor in November and he was tasked with keeping the London club in the Premier League.
The 55-year-old successfully achieved that feat with two games to spare following last weekend’s 2-0 victory at Leicester and they followed that up with a solid display as they played out a goalless draw with Manchester United at the London Stadium on Thursday.
Moyes certainly appears to have achieved his objectives, although he is only under contract with the Hammers until the end of the season and he confirmed he is non the wiser as to whether he will still be at the club next term.
“West ham are a big club, there’s a lot of expectation, they want to improve every year. They don’t want to be a club flirting with relegation, and that’s understandable,” Moyes told Sky Sports.
“We’ll have a chat next week and we’ll see [whether I stay]. “It’s a big achievement for us.
It’s been a tough job but a really good job, I’ve really enjoyed it and the players have worked hard when we came in, we had to get them in order a little bit and get them playing a bit better, and I think we’ve done that.”
West Ham will play host Everton on the final day of the season in what could be Moyes’ final game in charge of the club.
The Hammers are priced at 2.38 to emerge from Sunday’s contest with all three points, while Everton are available at 3.00 and the draw is on offer at 3.30.