Julen Lopetegui

Moyes Unfazed by Successor Talk

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West Ham manager David Moyes insists he’s not concerned about potential replacements as his contract talks remain on hold until the end of the season.

Moyes’ current deal expires this summer, with widespread anticipation of his departure after four and a half years at the helm.

The club is actively looking at replacements, having reportedly met with Sporting CP’s Ruben Amorim and former Wolves/Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui this week.

Despite the ongoing search, Moyes maintains discussions about his future won’t happen until the season concludes. He emphasissd the need to prioritise current results.

When pressed about the rumoured replacements, Moyes revealed he hasn’t paid much attention. He focuses on his job and awaits the end-of-season discussions as agreed upon with the club.

Shifting the focus, Moyes reminded everyone of his positive contributions during his second stint with West Ham. He stressed the importance of stability he provided and his ability to navigate challenging periods.

Moyes also confidently shared his experience with fan interactions. He claims most fans express gratitude for his work, citing the “best years” and an overall positive experience.

While acknowledging some criticism following a recent defeat, Moyes balanced it out by mentioning several successful matches like wins against Tottenham, Chelsea, Brighton, and Manchester United. He suggests these achievements might be easily overlooked.

That was precisely what I would have expected from a typical deluded Moyes interview

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