Hammers boss ready to put pen to paper should side retain their Premier League status.
Sam Allardyce has agreed terms over a new deal at West Ham according to The Daily Mail.
The Hammers boss met with the club’s representatives to thrash out the details over a new contract for the former Bolton and Newcastle boss.
Speculation in recent weeks had suggested that Allardyce could be set to leave the club as his current deal expires at the end of the season.
But the terms of a new deal have now been agreed and will be confirmed once pen is put to paper.
Allardyce however insists he will only sign a new deal once the club’s Premier League status is secured.
Big Sam does not believe the club need to be mathematically safe, but is keen to ensure the club collect another five points before committing his future to the East London side.
The new deal is reportedly set to span the next three seasons.
West Ham’s owners are currently battling the club’s significant debts. But the club recently announced that they had agreed a deal that will seem move home to the Olympic Stadium from 2016.
Allardyce took over the club from former Chelsea manager Avram Grant in 2011 and guided them to promotion from the Championship last season.