David Moyes has agreed on a new deal with West Ham United.

According to the Daily Mail, the Scottish manager has committed himself to the London club for the next three years.

The 58-year-old has been linked with a move to Everton after the departure of Carlo Ancelotti but Moyes has decided to continue with the Hammers after guiding them to a top-six finish.

West Ham will be playing in the Europa League next season and Moyes will now be focused on strengthening his squad considerably during the summer transfer window.

The Hammers will need more quality and depth in their side if they want to juggle European football alongside the Premier League.

The report from Mail adds that the West Ham manager is keen on signing the likes of Tammy Abraham and Jesse Lingard. Improving the attack should be a top priority for the Hammers this summer.

West Ham will need a better striker than Michail Antonio next year. A specialist goalscorer would be ideal.

Furthermore the 58-year-old is also in talks to reshape his backroom staff.

The West Ham fans will be delighted with the news that Moyes has committed his long term future to the club despite the links with his former club Everton.

He has done an exceptional job since coming in and the 58-year-old will now be hoping to make his mark in European football with the hammers next season.

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