David Moyes has the backing of the board at present but its likely to be hid final season as manager of the club, according to reports.

The West Ham manager has again found himself under the spotlight following our Hammers 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Fulham at the weekend. It was a display that has again raised question marks over the Scots future in east London, with many becoming disgruntled by the playing style under the boss.

Moyes though to his credit has delivered results wise so far this season, with West Ham currently sitting in 9th in the league – 3 points away from a top 6 place, whilst also favourites to secure top spot in Group A in the Europa League and have a place in the Quarter-Final of the league cup.

It is for this reason that it is understood that the managers position at the club is safe for now, although according to a report in the Telegraph, it is believed that Moyes is likely to depart this summer.

“West Ham United remain “100 per cent” behind David Moyes despite the crushing 5-0 defeat away to Fulham, but are also in no rush to offer the manager a new contract,” it stated in the article by Jason Burt.

“There is a growing expectation within the club that this will be Moyes’ final season in charge although there is little chance of a change being made before then. The 60-year-old’s current deal expires next summer and West Ham want to wait until then before deciding what to do.”

West Ham have another big match to contend with this week, as we look to secure our place in the Europa League knockout stages with the visit of Freiburg on Thursday night. Moyes has given the players a rest and will return to training on Wednesday ahead of the crucial fixture.