Former Manchester United and Everton boss David Moyes was recently appointed as the West Ham United manager.
West Ham are currently third from bottom in the league table with just nine points from 11 matches.
While the Hammers do have a good team, many fans will be worried about their current state.
Moyes’ arrival at the London Stadium has not gone down too well among the fans, especially as he failed to keep Sunderland in the Premier League last season.
The Black Cats went down to the Championship at the end of the 2016-17 campaign, with the Scotsman subsequently parting company with the club.
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady, though, believes that the situation at the London Stadium is different, and has given her take on Moyes’s appointment.
“The pundits point to the ex-Everton and Manchester United manager as the man who failed to keep Sunderland up last season,” Brady wrote in The Sun. “That is too simplistic.
“Sunderland were on a lengthy slide towards relegation — and are now at the foot of the Championship table lacking high-quality players to bolster them.
“We do not believe this to be true of our squad and it will be a test of Moyes’ organisational skill to drill them into the powerful unit we think they should be. His is a very different temperament to that of his predecessor.
“I don’t know whether or not he is the dour Scot he is sometimes reputed to be but we know he has many of the characteristics of Sir Alex Ferguson, who mentored his accession at Old Trafford. And I know Slaven Bilic will wish him the best of luck.”