David Moyes has caused utter bemusement, not just from West Ham United supporters, but from rival fans too, after his latest comments.
Moyes suggested that he would view his time at West Ham as a great way to view East London, if he fails at the London Stadium in a recent interview.
He said: "If it works, great. If it doesn’t, then I’ll see the East End of London for seven months, then I’ll go elsewhere.”
And Moyes’ comments have left football fans completely bemused.
I see David Moyes is already showing off his motivational skills at West Ham. pic.twitter.com/4hBTc6cH0q— Darren (@nsno_83) November 11, 2017
Picking his jobs as if they are long city breaks. Couldn’t give one about the fans, as long as he sees the sites. Oh Dave, you rascal.— Jack (@__JJK__) November 12, 2017
I gave him a few days to come out with something like that and he hasn't let me down.— Ell Bretland (@EllBretland) November 11, 2017
That's the spirit Dave nice to see your still as positive as always.— Big Dunc 1977 (@prehmuk) November 11, 2017
Moyes deffo said "I suppose I do, and if not, I'll divorce her and move elsewhere" on the isle at his wedding.— David Quill (@DavidQuilll) November 11, 2017
Jesus Christ. Can't stand Moyes. He will soon have the entire West Ham squad injured.— Grant James (@GrantJames_CFC) November 12, 2017
Guarantee most of you laughing ridiculed MUFC fans for complaining about him. Not so hard to grasp now is it? He's a walking motivation vacuum - a positivity vampire.— manctofu (@manctofu) November 13, 2017
Sounding worse and worse. Did MUFC break him or what— Edikaikong Umana (@edikaikong) November 12, 2017
Moyes was heavily criticised for being far too negative during his last job, in charge of Sunderland.
He will need to be cautious at West Ham, otherwise he is sure to face similar questions once again.
Moyes’ appointment has not been popular with the club’s supporters as it is, so he can ill-afford to make any more gaffes in press conference.
Moyes will take charge of West Ham for the first time at the weekend, when his new side take on Watford at Vicarage Road.