West Ham manager David Moyes will not be thinking of moving on, says former Premier League midfielder Carlton Palmer.
The West Ham board recently decided to offer Moyes a new three-year contract, which he has signed, to keep him at the club after his previous deal reached its final month.
Prior, the 58-year-old had been linked with a return to Everton, while various other Premier League jobs have also been available this summer.
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Moyes, however, has opted to stay at West Ham and Palmer expects the Scotsman to honour his contract if interest arises in the near future.
“He signed a new three-year contract, he’s had a fantastic season, he seems to be a good fit with [David] Gold and [David] Sullivan, so why would he want to leave?” the ex-Leeds United player said in an interview with TT.
“You don’t sign a three-year contract and be thinking of moving on. If he was thinking of moving on, then I think after the season he’s had, I’m sure he would have had clubs, especially before he signed his contract.”
Would Moyes fancy another crack at one of the top jobs in the country after his disappointing spell at Manchester United? Perhaps, but he looks at home at the London Stadium, enjoying a second tenure with the Hammers.
Considering that, it is hard to imagine Moyes walking away from the club anytime soon.
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