Sam Allardyce has spoken of his pride at being West Ham manager and has vowed to learn from the mistakes of last season, and provide the fans a much more enjoyable season next time round.
Allardyce has said that the aim for next season is a top 10 finish, whilst consistency of our performances being the key to success.
”I am happy and proud to continue for another season as West Ham manager,” said Sam.
”I sat down with the owners and Karren Brady to discuss many things and the outcome of that meeting is that we are all moving forward in a very positive manner.
”Things have been resolved satisfactorily on both sides and we now look forward to a productive summer and hopefully a very successful season.
”We want to try and achieve at least what we did in the first year back in the Barclays Premier League, which was a top-10 finish.
”What we are striving for is the players playing well, as they did in the final home game of the season against Tottenham – a club who had spent many more millions of pounds than us – but not for one game, but consistently.
”We will all be striving hard to achieve that consistency when we resume training and if we can regularly find that standard, then I am sure the supporters will be as happy as I will.”