West Ham United have no fears that manager Sam Allardyce will be walking away from Upton Park in the summer.
There have been rumours circulating inside the game the Hammers boss could be head-hunted by any number of clubs whose number one priority is to Premier League survival.
But with the Hammers’ recent surge up the Premier League fears have been surfacing that the Boleyn boss could be at the centre of new offers come the end of the season.
Obviously that would depend on the Hammers surviving themselves but there is a huge mood of confidence inside the club that is now very much on the cards.
However, sources inside Upton Park pointed out that he is currently on a deal of around £2.5 million a year which could not bettered outside the top six.
And the tough talking manager shares the dream of leading the club into their new Olympic Stadium home.
Co-chairman David Gold recently revealed he believed Big Sam was the best manager he had ever worked alongside.
And – commenting on the speculation he added: “Sam is our manager. We stuck together through the tough times and we are now looking upwards and onwards.”