Snodgrass was loaned to Aston Villa before Moyes' November appointment, and has scored or created 21 goals in 39 games for the Villans.
Steve Bruce's side are guaranteed a fourth-place finish ahead of Sunday's season finale, and promotion via the play-offs - a feat achieved by Snodgrass and Bruce as Hull City employees two years ago - remains on the cards.
But a return Aston Villa, who according to the Sun on Sunday (May 6th, page 64) want Snodgrass as part of a £25 million triple swoop involving Sam Johnstone and Lewis Grabban, could yet be scuppered by West Ham.
Snodgrass, 30, moved to West Ham in a £10.8 million deal in January 2017, but failed to impress previous boss Slaven Bilic in his 15 Hammers outings.
Does the Aston Villa loanee deserve another chance at West Ham United?
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