West Ham manager David Moyes has told the press that survival in the Premier League would not be regarded as a success in his eyes.
The Gaffer told reporters at Rush Green on Friday “I’ve never classed staying up at any club a success and I never will and certainly not a club the size in West Ham.”
“I have a job to do, we have a job to do to stay up, unfortunately. That will be reviewed by everyone at the end in the season.”
West Ham remains in a relegation place in 18th place this evening just one point away from safety.
The Hammers have twelve games remaining and thirty-six points available in which to try to gain sixteen points to get to the magic forty figure which usually guarantees safety.
West Ham are rated at odds of 5/4 by bookies for relegation to the Championship.
Norwich City have been rated as odds favourites for relegation at 1/14 followed by Aston Villa also odds on at 8/11 and AFC Bournemouth odds on at 4/5