By John Reid
West Ham manager David Moyes is only in his position until the end of the season as West Ham wait for Quique Sanchez Flores to become available, according to a report.
The Spanish newspaper Sport is reporting that West Ham’s owners want current Espanyol and former Watford boss Flores to take over at the end of the season.
Flores did very well in his time at Watford, guiding them to Premier League safety and an FA Cup semi-final before he left the club in 2016.
He currently has Espanyol in 13th place in LaLiga, seven points clear of the relegation places.
Before managing in the Premier League, he managed the likes of Valencia, Atletico Madrid and Benfica, winning the Europa League with Atletico in 2010.
Moyes was named West Ham manager last week following the departure of Slaven Bilic after the 4-1 loss to Liverpool before the international break.
The move hasn’t gone down well with a selection of the Hammers fans due to Moyes’ recent poor managerial record at Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland.
Moyes’ first match has West Ham manager is on Sunday, as the London club face a trip to Flores’ former club Watford, with a home game against Leicester the following week.
In other West Ham news, Tony Cottee has suggested that West Ham should be much higher up the league table