The West Ham board has been told to have David Moyes and his coaching assistants join new contracts.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the former Arsenal and Everton striker praised the Scotsman for making the Londoners that much harder to beat since arriving for his second spell in charge.
Moyes helped keep West Ham high last season after being named in December 2019 to an initial 18-month contract, and the club is off to a strong start to the new campaign.
That deal is set to expire next summer and a source from Hammers has told him Football Insider that owners David Sullivan and David Gold plan to offer Moyes a new contract.
Sullivan is said to have promised that Moyes has shown that he is worthy of landing a longer-term contract than the initial short-term of 11 months ago.
“When you looked at West Ham’s first load of matches, it was horrible, it really was horrible.” Campbell said Football Insider.
“I remember talking to some friends from West Ham and they told me they didn’t see themselves getting points because they went with the team names.
“There are the names in the sheet that plays the game, are the players, who play the game.
“A thing that David Moyes has brought West Ham if they compete. Could go the
in the opposite direction, but they compete and have had great results.
“Son defend properly, which is what every West Ham fan needs in their life: a
defense that actually defends adequately. That used to be his Achilles heel now it is a force.
“With David Moyes, I think they will do the job, they will get him to sign up, I think.
“Unless they have another person who is it’s going to make a difference. Moyes, Alan Irvine and Stuart Pearce have he did a very good job in West Ham. Get them to sign up. “
West Ham is twelfth in the Premier League after eight games of the season.
Moyes’s team has been noticeably stronger in the new campaign, conceding 10 goals so far in the league, which is just one more than the lowest in the division.
In other news, David Moyes’ ‘agony’ was revealed after Leicester City beat West Ham to sign.