West Ham manager David Moyes does not have a contract ready to sign, it has been reported by ExWHUEmployee.

Recent weeks have seen a significant amount of pressure mounted on the Scot following what was a very poor run of form since the turn of the year.

That pressure was eased somewhat after Moyes side produced a much improved display in the 4-2 win over Brentford on Monday night, although there is certainly a big decision to make on his West Ham future come the end of the season, when his current contract expires.

Moyes himself spoke to the media ahead of the Brentford match, and stated that a deal was ready for him to sign but he’d decided to wait until the end of the season as to whether to sigh or not.

However, speaking this week on The West Ham Way Podcast, our co-host and club insider Ex advised that a decision as to whether to offer Moyes a new deal will be made at the end of the season, and no contract is currently on the table awaiting signing.

“There have been provisional talks over a new deal for David Moyes,” stated Ex. “However, I’ve been advised that at no point it’s been put forward for signing.

“The manager possibly was referring to an agreement but that’s provisional, but not in front of him to sign.

“It’s understood that any decision by the board as to whether to offer him an extension will be made at the end of the season, following a review on how the season pans out.”

It is hoped the manager can lead our Hammers to build on the recent positive performance against the Bees on Monday, by emulating the same at Goodison Park on Saturday when we face relegation battling Everton.

Ex will keep fans up to date on the situation as it develops further, on The West Ham Way Patreon.