West Ham United insist there's no plans to immediately sack Sam Allardyce.

Speculation about his future increased this week following critical comments from co-chairman David Sullivan at the club's awards dinner, where he apologised to supporters and assured them there would be an improvement next season.

There were reports yesterday that Allardyce would be sacked straight after Sunday's Premier League title decider at Manchester City but a club source told the London Evening Standard: "All I can say is Sam will 100 per cent still be the West Ham manager at midnight on Sunday."

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