Graham Potter is reportedly high on West Ham’s list of potential replacements for David Moyes.

For many West Ham fans, the embarrassing 6-0 defeat to Arsenal was the final nail in the coffin in their support for David Moyes. The Hammers have failed to win a single game so far this year and their chances of getting European football again get slimmer every week.

In the event that this woeful form does continue, the club are said to be lining up a number of managers who could replace the Scotsman. The likes of Julen Lopetegui and Steve Cooper have been linked with a move to East London but, according to The Sun, it could be Graham Potter who goes on to succeed Moyes.

Unfortunately, many seem to have forgotten how good of a job Potter did at Brighton. He took a team that was just looking to stay in the Premier League to a serious competitor for European football. He paved the way for De Zerbi to do what he currently is on the South Coast. Potter left the Seagulls for Chelsea where he was extremely unsuccessful. However, it seems like the issues run much deeper than the manager now at Stamford Bridge and the job seems to be somewhat of a poisoned chalice.

If Potter was to join West Ham as a Moyes replacement he would need to get off to a good start in order to get the fans on side. His time at Chelsea is why people seem to remember him rather than how well he did at Brighton.

The fact that he is still without a club could appeal to the board as it obviously means they would not need to pay any sort of compensation to acquire his services. While the concerns around his potential appointment are valid, his potential appointment could turn about to be a brilliant move for our Irons.