West Ham backed to stay up under David Moyes

West Ham United are being backed to avoid relegation with David Moyes at the helm.

Moyes is the man that The Hammers have turned to following the axing of Slaven Bilic, who was shown the door on Monday.

“There are no hard feelings. I am going to be, especially when some time goes by, very proud of my work here,” he said.

“We didn’t start this crucial season well. We had a really good, or great, or very good first season, then the second season we knew was going to be a difficult one in a transition to move to the new stadium and all the difficulties we had.

“We coped with that at the end really good, finished middle of the table, but then this season we hoped we could make that step from the start and we just didn’t make it – as in many clubs in the Premier League and across Europe the manager is the one who pays the price.”

Moyes is taking charge at of West Ham, after departing Sunderland in the summer after they were relegated – but The Hammers, currently third from bottom, are being backed to avoid the drop.

They are quoted at 5/4 to reach the magical 40 point mark this season with bet365.

bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “The new manager gets a favourable start in Watford, Leicester and Everton when you consider the three games after are Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal!”

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