West Ham’s New Boss, Moyes, Not Concern With Short Term Deal

After confirming the departure of  Slaven Bilic, West Ham United officially appointed David Moyes as their new boss in a surprisingly short team six months deal.

Despite only getting a relatively short deal for someone highly experienced in the Premier League, Moyes apparently isn’t bothered with the situation as he claimed that he is comfortable with it.

The former Everton and Manchester United boss stated that the six months deal is an agreement which basically suited all parties, so there’s no reason for him to feel disappointed by it.

Nevertheless, Moyes added that there’s still possibilities of both parties extending that current short term agreement by the end of season, notably if West Ham are able to achieve their target.

Failing to meet expectation in his recent tenure, especially his failure in keeping Sunderland out of relegation trouble last summer, the Scotsman doesn’t lose any confidence in his ability to turn things around at West Ham.

The Hammers have been struggling since the early part of this current season and now found themselves in that relegation battle, a situation that Moyes certainly isn’t keen on experiencing again.

Reports stating that part of the London based team fans are not that thrilled  with the club’s decision on appointing the 54-year-old in place of Bilic.

However, those doubts triggered Moyes even more to prove himself as he is determined to show his coaching abilities and help West Ham get through their current slump.