Former Man United boss David Moyes has revealed his recent success with West Ham will get the attention of ‘big clubs’
West Ham United manager David Moyes believes his rebuilding at the club followed by a run of good performances has made him gain the attraction of big club’s around Europe.
David Moyes has revealed his recent success at West Ham will return him to the recruitment radar of the big clubs, however he disclosed he is in no hurry to fill another post.
After succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013 at Manchester United, the Scot spell was cut short and was sacked in his eight month in charge following a disastrous season with the Red Devils.
West Ham form his season suggest David Moyes is gradually getting to his best after leading the club in hunt for European qualification this season.
Speaking to Standard Sport in an interview, David Moyes said: “I have always thought this but maybe my best time is still to come. Personally, I’m saying to myself, this is the time you get success, you win and get around the top of the League again. I am trying to look at it from that perspective.
“I see this as a chance to work my way back. At West Ham, with that potential, I think my job is to work my way back to a level where big clubs might consider me.
“Not that I’m interested in leaving, I’m happy. But I wouldn’t have got that opportunity at United if I hadn’t done my best work at Everton, being consistent and regularly challenging and pushing the top teams.
“If I can do that at West Ham, I will see it as success for West Ham and for myself.”
David Moyes and West Ham current sit fifth in the Premier League standings, three points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea after managing 33 games.