West Ham’s weekend victory over Watford may well prove to be decisive in the Hammers’ survival hopes but there’s still a lot of work to be done, especially as the club will face a number of challenges come the end of the season.
After recent speculation that his spell at West Ham could only be short-lived, it’s become apparent that David Moyes is keen to remain at the London Stadium for the long haul and, crucially, the club’s hierarchy seem to be in the same boat.
Moyes has led the side to improvements this season, after a difficult start under the guidance of Slaven Bilic, but his work to make the Hammers a long-standing success is still far from done and plenty of challenges lie ahead.
Here, we’ve identified three key challenges that Moyes must overcome this summer to make his spell at West Ham a success and to avoid the continuation of the struggles that the Hammers have endured since moving to the London Stadium.
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