Hammers owners David Sullivan and David Gold are reported to view Slaven Bilic and David Moyes as potential successors to Allardyce, whose contract expires this summer. Allardyce is unpopular among supporters while the club's end of season slide down the Barclays Premier League table has done little to strengthen the 60-year-old's hand when talks begin. Mercurial Superfly IV UK "It was always going to be settled at the end of the season. Whether I'm staying or going, that hasn't been decided yet," Allardyce said on Thursday ahead of the weekend's clash with Everton at Upton Park. "Nearly two years ago when we finished 10th in the Premier League, I signed a contract on May 29, which was probably a good two weeks after the season had finished. Elastico Final III UK "At the end of this season we will sit down and negotiate. The outcome will be made known to everyone once those negotiations have finished. "Speculation about the club not being happy with me or me not being happy with them is bound to happen." Mercurial CR7 Allardyce admits his desire to stay at Upton Park is dependent on him receiving a number of assurances. "It depends on the contract. There's a lot of areas to negotiate, not just my contract but the staff, new players and the budget. As well as that it's about the direction we think we're going in," he said. Elastico Superfly indoor cleats "We're going in the right direction, it's a question of how fast we want to move. All that needs to be discussed and agreed."
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