A journalist believes David Moyes simply has to go at the end of the season and questions the effect the managerial situation is having on the West Ham players.

Despite being in a sensational position ahead of the new year to make this yet another historic season, West Ham have faded away and now look increasingly unlikely to achieve another campaign of European football.

Ultimately, a lot of the reasoning behind that can come back in one way or another to manager David Moyes. While there can be no question about the legacy he will leave behind at the London Stadium, it seems like the general consensus amongst the East London faithful is that it’s time for a change.

Unsurprisingly, journalist Dean Jones believes that this could very well be the end of the Scotsman’s tenure and says it would be foolish for the club to not line up a replacement. “Moyes is under huge pressure, and you have to wonder how the vibe is inside the camp now that he’s come out with such strong messages against his team,” Jones told GIVEMESPORT.

“He says he has a contract on the table, so if that is the case, I’m surprised he has not signed it, because I can not be sure the desire to keep him on will be so strong today. The fan base has been agitating for him to go for a while now – you could date it back to various stages across the season – and even when results have improved, most of them have lacked emotion towards him.”

“He deserves respect for what has been achieved, and I don’t think they will axe him before the season is out, but it would seem almost irresponsible not to be looking at other options now.”

The large majority of fans on both sides of the Moyes debate agree that the club needs to announce his future for definite as soon as possible. If he is leaving, then everyone can give him the send off he deserves as one of the club’s most successful managers. If not, then the Hammers can start properly preparing for the massive window they need to have.