West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has played down any exit talk

Despite rumour suggesting otherwise, West Ham manager Sam Allarydyce has dismissed claims that his position at the club is still under threat, reports Sky Sports.

Currently fourth in the Premier League, West Ham are enjoying a fantastic start nearly mid-way through the season. Allardyce is delivering on his per–season objectives, but the 60-year-old is yet to sign a new contract.

It’s led to rumours arising suggesting that Allardyce will be replaced, but the former Bolton, Blackburn and Newcastle coach isn’t worried by the lack of movement by the West Ham board about his future.

“It’s the same as it’s been all season. We’ll sit down when we’re ready and comfortable, and discuss the situation. after we got promoted to the Premier League we talked about (my) contract around the end of April, May almost. I don’t have any problems with that,” he said.

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