Graham Potter ‘high on West Ham’s shortlist’ to replace David Moyes alongside two former Premier League managers

GRAHAM POTTER is being lined up as a potential replacement for David Moyes at West Ham, reports suggest.

Moyes is facing a pivotal run of fixtures with the Irons which may determine his future at the London Stadium before the end of the season.

David Moyes could be replaced at West Ham if results don't pick up in the next few games


David Moyes could be replaced at West Ham if results don’t pick up in the next few gamesCredit: Alamy
Graham Potter has been tipped as a potential successor


Graham Potter has been tipped as a potential successorCredit: PA

The Hammers were thrashed 6-0 by Arsenal on Sunday to compound a shocking run of form which has seen them unable to register a win in 2024.

According to The Telegraph, should West Ham‘s current poor form continue over the next few games, 60-year-old Moyes could find himself relieved of his duties.

Moyes is expected to improve results in the coming weeks with games against Nottingham Forest, Brentford, Everton and Burnley all up in their next four league games.

However, in the event he is unable to do so, replacements are already being considered.

Former Chelsea and Brighton boss Potter is among the candidates for the role.

Potter, 48, was sacked from his role at Chelsea in April following a dismal season that had seen him register 11 defeats in 31 games after replacing Thomas Tuchel.

David Moyes’ West Ham record

By Kealan Hughes

Games – 243

Wins – 107

Draws – 48

Losses – 88

Goals scored – 373

Goals conceded – 332

Trophies won – 1

Top 10 finishes – 2

Former Wolves and Nottingham Forest managers Julen Lopetegui and Steve Cooper have also been earmarked for the position.

Although it is unclear whether the club would look to make the move mid-season or work towards it at the end of the campaign.


Fans left in number before the end of the first half during the defeat to Arsenal, with the Gunners 4-0 up before the break.

SunSport’s Jack Rosser has broken down the debate surrounding Moyes’ future at West Ham, with some fans complaining about the Scot’s pragmatic style.

West Ham remain in the Europa League and will find out their fate in the last-16 during the draw on Friday 23 February.

Moyes guided them to a first trophy in 43 years when West Ham lifted the Europa Conference League last season.

How West Ham's next five games look
How West Ham’s next five games look

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