Darren Ambrose - David Moyes on course to become West Ham's greatest ever manager
Darren Ambrose has claimed that David Moyes is on course to becoming the greatest ever West Ham manager.
Moyes inherited a fragile squad at West Ham and he has turned them into a strong force. The Hammers finished just outside of the top four last season, and they have made a strong start to the new campaign.
West Ham picked up their third win in the Europa League in as many games as they won 3-0 against Genk on Thursday night.
The Hammers are almost certain to qualify to the next round of the Europa League, while they have been brilliant in the Premier League as well.
West Ham are seventh in the league table at the moment, only a point behind fourth-placed Brighton.
Ambrose has suggested that what Moyes has done with this squad is remarkable and that he is on course to becoming the greatest ever manager at the club.
Andy Goldstein, the talkSPORT presented asked: “Is he (David Moyes) on course to be West Ham’s greatest ever manager?”
Ambrose replied “I think so. He’s on course.”
Moyes has done a terrific job at the club, and the Hammers fans wholeheartedly appreciate his effort.
He has turned the club into a major force to reckon with and he deserves immense credit. Within a short span of time, the work he has done is simply remarkable.
Having said that, Moyes needs to win trophies to register his name among the pantheons of great West Ham managers.
The likes of Ron Greenwood and John Lyall have won FA Cups and European trophies, and they are being revered as club legends.
Moyes needs to win at least one trophy to be considered as one of the great managers in the Premier League era at the club.
While West Ham are miles away from becoming a side that can fight for the Premiership title, they certainly can aim to win either the FA Cup or the Europa League this term.
In other West Ham news, Jack Wilshere has predicted major Hammers exit, but reckons one goal would stop it.