West Ham United manager David Moyes looks like a man under pressure, as the Hammers' recent 1-0 loss at Everton sees them sit 18th in the Premier League table with just four points.
The Irons have seen great improvements under Moyes, as they have finished sixth and seventh in each of their last two seasons. Prior to this, the Hammers had only finished in the top seven of the Premier League once since the 2001/02 season - doing so under Slaven Bilic in 2015/16.
Prior to Moyes’ arrival, the Hammers had been managed by Manuel Pellegrini who had won 24 games in 64, seeing him with a win percentage of 37.5%. In Contrast, Moyes has won 59 of 132 matches, a seven percent improvement.
At present, Moyes is the third favourite to be next Premier League manager to leave his role at 4/1, behind the likes of Bruno Lage and Brendan Rodgers of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City.
Moyes is West Ham’s longest-serving manager over a single spell since Alan Pardew, between October 2003 and December 2006. Whilst Harry Redknapp’s seven-year spell between August 1994 and May 2001 is their longest since the inaugural Premier League campaign in 1992/93.