David Moyes returned to West Ham United in December 2019 after the London club parted ways with Manuel Pellegrini.

The Scot was tasked to help the Hammers stay in the Premier League and the manager completed it after his side finished 16th in the table last season.

West Ham started this campaign on a disappointing note, suffering two defeats in their first two matches.

Since then, however, they have lost only four of their last 23 league matches and these defeats came at the hands of Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.

Moyes saw his men register a 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur last Sunday and the latest win propelled them to fourth position in the league table.

With 13 games left in this season, West Ham are in contention to qualify for next season’s Champions League. The former Everton manager believes this season will be success for his side even if they miss out on a place in the European competition.

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“Well, yes, we are having a very good season, and even more so after last season, when we were fighting not to be relegated,” Moyes told El Diario Vasco.

“From there, I don’t know if it’s possible to finish in the top four, but maybe in the top six or eight. Whatever happens, we are proud of what we are achieving this year.”

West Ham face Manchester City on Saturday and Moyes will be hoping his side can end the Etihad club’s 26-match unbeaten run.