Few would refute that Moyes has had a revolutionary impact on the club’s fortunes.
Whilst there are no guarantees, West Ham are surely front-and-centre in the race to secure some form of European football next season – and Fry has identified Moyes as the bedrock of that success.
Speaking to FootballFanCast, the club owner held nothing back as he left Moyes awash with praise for the job he has done with the Hammers:
“I think wherever West Ham finish this season, it will be there highest finish for a long, long, long time.
“And I think if you look at the team now, and you look at what Moyes has done in a year, I think he will be knocking on the door to get in the top four over the next two or three years, even if he doesn’t do it this year.
“But wherever they finish this year, it’s magnificent progress. Because, in the last couple of years, they’ve really been biting their nails to the last minute about whether they’ll survive in the Premier League or not.
“They’ve done more than survive this year. They’ve really impressed a lot of people in football and David will make them better.”
Moyes’ role in changing the club culture is well-documented, and his second stint in east London appears to be paying dividends.
With the squad firing up the table on all cylinders, Fry is quite justified in his belief that the Irons are showing no signs of slowing down.
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