David Moyes - Two years of growth and improvement at West Ham United

Wednesday 29 December marks two years to the day since David Moyes returned to West Ham United.

After leading the Hammers to Premier League safety in his first spell in charge in 2017/18, the experienced Scot has taken the Club to new levels in his second.

Since coming back at the end of 2019, the Scot has led West Ham to Premier League safety for a second time, before inspiring his squad to a record Premier League points total, a top-six finish and qualification to the UEFA Europa League last season - all while dealing with the challenges of the COVID pandemic.

The good work has continued in 2021/22, with Moyes' men winning their Europa League group with a game to spare and ending his second 12 months in charge fifth in the Premier League table.

In the two years since he returned to London Stadium, Moyes has led West Ham to 43 wins and 19 draws in 93 matches in all competitions.

In November 2021, the 58-year-old joined the League Managers Association’s exclusive 1000 CLUB by taking charge of the 1,000th competitive first-team match, before becoming just the fourth manager to reach 600 Premier League games.

To mark the first landmark, Moyes sat down with West Ham TV to discuss his two-and-a-half decades in management, the influences on his career, winning LMA Manager of the Year three times and numerous Premier League Manager of the Month awards.

As he celebrates two years since returning to east London, you can enjoy that insightful interview again here.