West Ham manager David Moyes His team has the full support of the club, despite being relegated to the Premier League relegation zone.
wins for Bournemouth And Everton Saturday meant that the Hammers finished the weekend 18th at the table after a 2-0 loss to Tottenham on Sunday.
This has raised questions about Moyes’ future ahead of Saturday’s home game against Nottingham Forest, but the PA news agency understands that the former Manchester United boss still has a “loan in the bank” on his board.
Moyes started his second spell at West Ham in December 2019 and saved them from relegation before finishing the next season in sixth place and seventh last year.
This season, the Hammers have advanced to the last 16 of the European Conference League and will face Manchester United in the fifth round of the FA Cup on 1 March at Old Trafford.
Although they have only won one league game since October 24, the feeling within the club is that a positive outcome for the campaign is still possible.
The captain speaking after the defeat at Tottenham Declan Brass He expressed disappointment at the side’s lack of goals and suggested a line-up change might be needed.
“When it comes to Spurs, it’s always going to be tough, but it’s up to us to perform, create opportunities and score goals,” Rice told Sky Sports.
“Everyone knows the situation we are in, but it is up to us to solve it. We were so good last year, we felt like we were going to score a few goals in every game but sometimes that happens.
“When you play with five players in the back, the forwards can feel a bit lonely, so we need to give them more support.
“There are six or seven teams inside and around us. We are the only ones who can change that, so I don’t worry too much about them, it’s up to us.