West Ham manager Sam Allardyce insists he wants to stay as manager at Upton Park and take the club forward, as reported by the Evening Standard.

Hammers supporters have turned on Allardyce in recent weeks after woeful displays that have ended in defeat against teams below them in the league.

West Ham enjoyed a revival earlier this year after sitting in the bottom three, however that is a distant memory and the East Londoners are still not mathematically safe.

With Tottenham coming to Upton Park today, there will be no better time for Allardyce to get supporters back on side however he is not overly worried by the fans’ protests.

“I want to stay in my job and help take this club forward,” Allardyce wrote.

“There is no point in treading water and just surviving. If that is the extent of your vision as a manager, then you have no ambition. I want to help grow this team so that they win more than they lose.

“There’s not much wrong with the in-between but the two critical ends at either end of the pitch are not right at the moment.

“The defensive solidarity we had earlier in the season is not there and we are not finishing our chances.

“If we don’t repeat the mistakes we have made recently, any team would have trouble breaking us down.”

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