David Moyes is happy to listen to West Ham about becoming their manager once again, according to The Sun.
The national newspaper report that the ex-Hammers boss would listen to his former club if they made an offer as well as be open to moving back to London.
The Sun report that the Hammers and Everton are eyeing up a move for Moyes with both Manuel Pellegrini and Marco Silva under increasing pressure.
Of course, Moyes would be happy to listen to any offer that comes from West Ham, he’s been out of work since the 2017-18 season. While some may believe that the Scot is maybe a little sour over the club opting not to hire him permanently and pursue Manuel Pellegrini instead at the end of the 2017-18 season, he isn’t going to cut his nose off to spite his face. Moyes was in charge of the Hammers for just over six months after succeeding Slaven Bilic in the hot seat and helped secure the club’s Premier League status. The currently unattached manager didn’t have too shabby of a record in charge of the Hammers when you consider they were struggling when he arrived, as he won nine games and drew 10 out of the 31 games he was in charge of, as per BBC Sport, but it’s worth noting he wasn’t overly popular. Moyes’ style of football drew criticism, he did encourage a defensive style of football, and it’s hard to see how he’d get London Stadium bouncing again without changing his fundamental football beliefs.