David Sullivan reportedly has no interest in selling West Ham at any point in the near future.

While there are a variety of shareholders at West Ham, David Sullivan is one that is always at the forefront. He has the largest stake and is heavily involved in transfers as well as the daily running of the club.

Unfortunately for him, that means he bears the brunt of the large majority of the criticism that’s directed towards the board. He’s an extremely controversial figure with many other clubs resenting doing business with him.

Despite all he’s done wrong, he has done some excellent things for the Hammers. Him and the late David Gold saved West Ham from the brink of extinction. More recently, he’s mostly put his money where his mouth is in terms of transfers and the Hammers have reaped the rewards with three consecutive seasons of European football, not to mention their first bit of silverware since 1980.

With David Moyes departure though came a whole new wave of discontent amongst the East London faithful, particularly around his replacement Julen Lopetegui. However, no matter what the fans want, the Daily Mail reports that he has no intention of selling any of his 38.8% share. In fact, they state that he doesn’t expect any change from any of the current owners.

This comes after varying reports surrounding Daniel Kretinsky’s situation at the club, with some outlets claiming the Czech billionaire wants an increased hands on role at the club which could include purchasing a majority ownership.

For better or for worse, it seems like West Ham are stuck with David Sullivan. If that’s a good thing or not will be heavily dictated by what the club does in the Summer transfer window – the biggest one in their history.