West Ham are set to sit down with David Moyes regarding a new contract, with ExWHUEmployee providing an update on the situation.

The Hammers boss last night oversaw a memorable win against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, which saw the club enter the top 6 of the Premier League at the midway point of the season.

This follows the club topping Group A in the Europa League earlier this season and subsequently qualifying for the knockout stages of the tournament in March.

The positive campaign so far has raised much speculation of late that Moyes has earned a new deal at the club, and it has now been reported by Ex that the club are looking sit down in January where talks are said to become advanced.

“David Moyes has made it clear that he wishes to remain at the club and preferably sign a new two year contract (with an option of a years extension) with us,” stated Ex on The West Ham Way Patreon.

“He feels that there is still “unfinished business” and that he is not interested in joining another club or retiring yet.

“This is said to please David Sullivan. The chairman wishes to wait a bit longer before committing the Scot to a new deal where a more thorough review of how successful this year has been, can be concluded.

“At his stage given our league position and toping of the European group, Sullivan is said to favour keeping the manager on beyond this season. Of course as we all know football is a results based business and this could all change but that is the current state of play.

“Talks are set to become more advanced in January with meetings scheduled already to discuss the potential new deal.”

Ex will be keeping fans up to date on the situation as it develops on Patreon.