West Ham has had a horrid start to the season so far. It didn't appear as if Slaven Bilic had any new ideas or any ambitious changes to make to the squad when he had the chance to make improvements during the summer.

Welcome to West Ham

Although it was successful, I do believe injuries to his top players did lead to his downfall. So now as they currently sit 18th in the relegation zone after only being able to secure 9 points from 11 games, which for a club like West Ham, is dreadful and humiliating! A club lets not forget that invested in relocating to the London stadium which has a capacity of 66,000 compared to Arsenal's Emirates stadium at just 60,432 in terms of capacity.

So without a doubt they are a big club but are currently underachieving losing 6 Premier league games, drawing 3 and winning 2. This means they missed out on accumulating a total 24 points. So there had to be a change as soon as and today we found out who the chosen one is.

David Moyes!

He is now the 16th manager to have the managerial role at the club in West Ham's entire history. Is he the right man for the job? West Ham's new saviour? Well we digress.

West Ham Fans React...

As you may be aware many West Ham fans are unhappy with the appointment of David Moyes and may feel like there were other available managers currently without a job who could of been a better addition to the squad. As West Ham are a team who should be competing for a top 10 finish or a Europa League place, which at this moment in time it is difficult to see how they are able to get a solid run of games scoring points, home and away, to not only ensure their survival, but to let the fans know they are making a positive change which will be best for the club in the long run.

David Moyes at previous clubs

Let's not forget how successful he was at Everton previously and for some moments at Man Utd but he did not excel efficiently at Sunderland and Real Sociedad but I'm thinking that was mainly because of his lack of funding. This time he has signed a short term contract which could extend depending on his success so no need to fear.

Nevertheless, the appointment of Moyes gives the club the experience and possibility of progressing in the League and most importantly avoiding relegation. Along with this from my perspective, if he can do this along with winning the League cup or the Fa cup then I would consider it as a successful season and will see him as the right man for the job, but only time will tell.