Manager looks like staying at Upton Park beyond the summer.
West Ham United head coach Sam Allardyce is set to remain in charge of the East End club beyond the end of this season after all, says the Daily Mail.
The 58-year-old former Notts County, Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United and Blackburn Rovers manager has been operating on a one-year rolling contract at the Boleyn Ground this season.
And with doubts surrounding whether or not the Hammers would remain in the Premier League this campaign until only very recently, so too were there question marks as to whether Allardyce would still be in charge of the club next season.
However, West Ham are now seven points from the drop zone with only six games left to play this campaign, meaning the club’s owners are now set to offer ‘Big Sam’ a new deal for the next season, and Allardyce could potentially still be in place when the Hammers move into the Olympic stadium in three years’ time.