David Moyes looks set to leave West Ham following talks with the club’s board about his future.
Moyes took over as manager last November following the sacking of Slaven Bilic.
He successfully kept the Hammers in the Premier League but the club are set to bring in a new manager now his contract has expired.
Moyes’ side ended the campaign with a home win against Everton and he appeared to suggest afterwards that his preference was to stay at the London Stadium.
Speaking at his post-match press conference, Moyes said: “Everybody always thinks the grass is greener and there’s something better out there. I would say more often than not I bet you it’s proved wrong.
“We’ve shown we’re trying to improve. I don’t know if anybody can come and make that big a difference in six months. Even (Manchester City boss) Pep (Guardiola) took a bit of time to get his team right.
“I’d think you’d need to give a bit longer. But every manager now is in transit. I don’t think there is a long period (to settle in).”
Moyes also said he may be persuaded by the potential of his team, demonstrated on Sunday.
“What will influence me? When you get good performances,” he added.
“It makes you feel ‘hey, there’s something to build on here’.”