West Ham midfielder Mark Noble has urged the club’s hierarchy to produce a choice on Sam Allardyce’s future as soon as you can.
Allardyce is out of contract in the end in the Premier League season and despite top West Ham to an expected mid-table finish and possibly the UEFA Europa League through the Fair Play standings, the Englishman is tipped to shed his job at Upton Park.
The 60-year-old, who has overseen just 3 wins in their previous 20 league matches following Saturday’s 2-1 loss at dwelling to Everton, recently said his future will likely be decided as soon as the campaign has concluded but Noble wants West Ham to start organizing for next term.
“As players we never know what goes on within the background in between the manager and the chairman,” the 28-year-old said.
“Obviously the manager has carried out very well within the last three years, got promoted and completed as a firm Premier League group since.
“I’m quite sure the chairman and manager will sit down and possess a chat in the subsequent couple of weeks and hopefully we are able to get everything sorted.
“Once the Europa League is confirmed, we’ll know where we’ve got to be and who we play and how many players we’re going to possess to acquire inside the squad for the reason that you’ll want to have fresh legs for that competitors and in the moment our squad isn’t massive enough.”
West Ham end their season at Newcastle United on Sunday.