The latest West Ham news from both co-chairman and manager.
But Gold has also promised 'at least five' new signings at Upton Park.
Indeed, the co-chairman took to Twitter on Sunday night and name-checked Andy Carroll, Diafra Sakho and James Tomkins' fitness as key to West Ham's fortunes.
And Gold also promised new faces for the east London side. West Ham currently sit 11th in the Premier League table after a run of just three wins in 20 games.
I'm optimistic for next season. Andy Carroll, Diafra Sakho and James Tomkins back plus at least five new faces. dg https://t.co/0U9ZzM7OhJ— David Gold (@davidgold) May 17, 2015
The West Ham boss's contract runs out at the end of the current season and fans appear to have decided that they want the 60-year-old out of the Upton Park hotseat before next term.
But Allardyce insists the Hammers board have never told him he is not doing a good job and is not worried about his position, saying he doesn't have to prove himself.
He told reporters after the 2-1 loss to Everton: "I haven't heard the board say I am not doing a good job but, we will find out in a week or so. If they get rid of me, I can ask them why.
"But I don't worry about my position any more, and I don't have to prove myself, I just have to wait for a decision."