Karren Brady has lauded David Moyes for what he’s done thus far during his second stint at West Ham.

Recently, the Scotsman reached 1000 games in his professional career and Brady wanted to congratulate him on that feat as well.

His Hammers side are currently in the top four and have done phenomenally well in Europe as well.

In her column in The Sun, Brady wrote, “Everyone connected with West Ham offers a thousand thanks for the journey that brought David Moyes back to us.

“No blasphemy intended but it is precisely true that his has been a second coming.

“He may have managed 1,000 senior matches but David still talks energetically about the future, whether that be welcoming our young supporters to the London Stadium, giving our academy graduates the opportunity of a pathway to the first team, or sharing his ambition to challenge for European qualification and trophies.”

Right man for the job

Moyes has been one of West Ham’s best managers in recent history and he’s done a phenomenal job there.

Standards have been raised since his arrival and the London Stadium could not be happier with what he’s doing since arriving for his second stint.

He’s also changed the way the club does their recruitment and most players that he’s signed have been successes here.

Hopefully, Moyes continues the good work and keeps getting back by GSB.

It’s nice to see Brady so vocally backing the manager and hopefully, the board continues to support him in the window to strengthen the side.

This team is good enough to finish in the European places, but surely, there is the ambition to finish even higher.

In other West Ham news, a Hammers first-team player is set to be transfer listed ahead of a January exit

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