Manuel Pellegrini wants to see West ham United grabbing a top six position next season.
The Chilean was handed the charge at the start of the season and had a very shaky start as the Hammers lost their first four games. But a victory against Everton changed all the dimensions.
Subsequently the London side went on to register a number of impressive wins which has stamped Pellegrini’s authority in the Premier League once again. The likes of Felipe Anderson and Declan Rice have justified their selection with valuable contributions week in week out.
As things stand Pellegrini is likely to be at the helm of the club next season too. The former Manchester City manager said, “We are not looking for next season in this moment because we need to finish this season.
“After that we must evaluate what we have done during the whole year, start thinking about the new players.
“The next step is to try to bring in the most amount of young players that we can so we continue having a very good young development squad, and after that to try to reach the top six in the Premier League.
“It will not be easy. Also we need to continue improving our training ground, and having behind us the support of 60,000 fans.”