Former Man United boss has signed a new three-year deal at the London Stadium

West Ham United boss David Moyes has committed his future to the club by signing a three-year contract at the London Stadium after a successful campaign.

Moyes has been tipped to replace Carlo Ancelotti at Everton after the later stepped down as the Toffees head coach to re-join Real Madrid.

He has previously managed Everton between 2002 and 2013, however, after successfully guiding West Ham to sixth position in last season’s Premier League campaign thereby earning a slot in Europa League, the club have rewarded the Scot by extending contract.

Moyes contract extension at West Ham

The 58-year-old hinted his stay at the club after suggesting he needs the same crop of players to continue the success he has started.

Speaking after the Hammers secured European qualification on the final day of the season, Moyes said: “I think it’s a huge achievement from where we came from. It’s the biggest step the club has ever made – to jump this far is incredible. We are in a really good place at the moment.

“I think the players have been remarkable, we have grown as a team and got better and we are in a really good place at the moment. We have to take it on again and keep up the standards we have set.

“I think the players have been remarkable, we have grown as a team and got better and we are in a really good place at the moment. We have to take it on again and keep up the standards we have set.

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