David Moyes to leave West Ham, club confirm

David Moyes will step away from West Ham United at the end of the 2023/24 season, the club confirmed in a statement on Monday. The decision was reached by mutual consent, and the club have already begun their search for his successor.

‘David has been responsible for a period of great progress and success in our history, and we are extremely grateful for all of his hard work, commitment and dedication to the role,’ said Joint Chairman, David Sullivan.

‘David has been an absolute professional to work with and he will leave with our greatest respect and good wishes – he deserves to be held in the highest esteem for the service he has given to West Ham United, and we wish him every success in the future.’

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‘By making this announcement now, it allows David to get the send-off he deserves from the West Ham supporters and for us all to show our appreciation to him at our final home fixture of the season against Luton Town on Saturday.’

Moyes said: ‘When I joined West Ham for a second time, the Club was one place above the relegation zone, and it has been a terrific journey to have achieved three consecutive seasons in Europe,’ he explained.

‘After leading the Club to safety, we guided the team to finishes of 6th and 7th in the Premier League, and I was delighted when we won the Europa Conference League title last June – the Club’s first major trophy in 43 years.’