David Moyes has signed a new three-year contract as manager of West Ham, talkSPORT sources expecting the club to make an official announcement next week.
The move ends speculation linking the Scotsman with a return to Everton, who are looking for a new boss following Carlo Ancelotti’s return to Real Madrid.
Moyes was reappointed as West Ham boss in December 2019 and helped turn the Hammers into relegation contenders in Europe.
He guided the club to the second-best Premier League result in their history this season, as the London side finished sixth in the table and advanced to the Europa League.
Regular talkSPORT expert and West Ham first-team coach Stuart Pearce revealed on Wednesday that Moyes has made a deal to stay in principle at the London Stadium.
He told talkSPORT: “For all intents and purposes he agreed and the club agreed to extend his contract as such.”
Now an agreement has been finalized which will bind Moyes to West Ham until 2024.
Pearce will also be extending his stay at the club, after being offered new terms.