Uncertainty surrounds the future of West Ham boss Slaven Bilic

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31 March, 2017

"They are locals, they are West Ham, they talk to the papers, Twitter, Instagram, that one, that one", said Bilic.

West Ham are now 12th on the table and have not win five of their last premier league matches, as they prep for a match against Hull City on Saturday. "I spoke with the medical team and with him and we have a good chance he is going to be fit for Arsenal in midweek, if not, definitely Swansea".

After losing five of their opening six games, the club now reside 12th in the standings, 17 points adrift of the top seven.

Newcastle's Rafa Benitez, former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini, Reading's Jaap Stam and Huddersfield chief David Wagner have all been linked with the London Stadium hotseat. I am totally focused on my job and our next game. We can go up a few places, we can go down a few as well.

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But Bilic, who is looking to arrest a run of three defeats when his side play relegation-threatened Hull on Saturday, brushed off questions about his future ahead of the trip to Humberside.

"I am not bothered [about the speculation] to be fair".

Rumours are rife that the Hammers chiefs could be set to let Bilic's contract run-out next summer (2018), or if their dire form continues a change in the dugout could even occur during, or come the end, of the current campaign.

Bilic now has 15 months remaining on his contract at the London Stadium and has come under increasing pressure during recent weeks after the Hammers have failed to win their last five matches and are now on a run of three consecutive defeats. "I have another year here".


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