West Ham Chairman David Sullivan has apologised to the fans for the team under performing this season.
We secured our Premier League status by beating Spurs 2-0 on Saturday, however Sullivan has been quick to point out that things need to improve to avoid another rather nervy campaign next season.
“I want to apologise to the supporters for this season. It’s not been good enough. We all take responsibility and we will work hard to improve things in the future. We will sit down next week and look at what we need to take things forward.”
It appears his comments did not go down well with Sam Allardyce, who accused the Chairman of being ‘too negative’.