West Ham goalkeeper Adrian is ready to sign new terms.
The Spanish goalkeeper is out of contract at the end of the season and had been reluctant to sign a new deal after Joe Hart's arrival on loan.
But the 30-year-old has played the last six Premier League matches for Moyes as the Hammers have climbed out of the bottom three.
And Adrian said: “It's obvious that my situation now is completely different to what it was. I have been playing Premier League football again and I feel good. We have left the relegation spots, which is always good for our confidence.
“I am enjoying my time here. Perhaps during Slaven Bilic's time my future at the club looked more uncertain because I was not getting chances. Now I must focus on making the most of this opportunity, I must focus on taking my team out from the relegation battle."
“I said before that my way of enjoying football is playing and making saves. The manager is giving me a run of games and I try to thank him with my work on the pitch. I hope this current situation stays like this for a long time."