David Sullivan has been inundated with interest from representatives of managers regarding the West Ham job – many of whom have worked on the continent.

That’s according to a report from 90 Min who claim that the West Ham owner is backing David Moyes…for now.

This comes after David Sullivan allegedly made it clear to Moyes that results need to improve quickly (90 Min).

It was recently suggested that Moyes needs five points from the Hammers’ next three games to save his job at the London Stadium.

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The Hammers have been in abysmal form this season.

We are currently sitting in 16th spot in the Premier League table, just two points clear of the relegation zone.

Things need to change at the London Stadium, if Moyes is to be in a job beyond the start of the new year…

David Sullivan receives numerous approaches for West Ham job

According to a report from 90 Min, the Hammers manager’s job is a highly coveted one.

Sullivan has allegedly received numerous enquires from he representatives of managers from all over the continent.

West Ham’s first three games after the World Cup break come against Arsenal (a), Brentford (h) and Leeds (a).

Even the most ardent of Hammers fans will find it hard to envisage a scenario where we pick up five points or more from those outings.

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Arsenal have been the best team in the Premier League this season by a very long way, whilst Brentford seem to be levels above us.

Leeds away is always an incredibly tough game as well, although probably the one out of the three where we will be most likely to get a result.

The walls seem to be closing in on Moyes, there is no doubt about it.

I believe that he needs to go, and he should have already been relieved of his duties at the London Stadium. With the World Cup break, it seems like the ideal time to do that.

David Sullivan is obviously willing to give the West Ham manager more time though. And it remains to be seen whether that is the prudent play or not.

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