"We've shown we're trying to improve".
But, in a surprise twist, Gold has given Moyes hope he could in fact stay at West Ham going into next season.
Gold insists nothing has been decided and hopes Moyes will remain with the club for a second campaign. "We'll wait and see when we meet up".
A Bola says "he's been linked to several clubs from the five major leagues, especially Everton and West Ham".
Ashton said: "I think he will definitely leave and they'll bring somebody new in". Confident? I can't quite say confident after all I'm reading in the paper.
"I thought we played really well with the ball. I'll take my suit off at midnight okay, undo my tie a little bit...be back on the streets come midnight!" We've not arranged a date, not arranged a time.
When asked for his thoughts on taking three points against his former club for the first time in six attempts as a manager, he said: "I can only ever talk good of Everton and what they are like".
Allardyce gave a curt response to questions on his own future.
As reported by the Daily Mail earlier this year, Shakhtar Donetsk boss Paulo Fonseca had emerged as the top target to replace Allardyce, with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri thought to be a big fan.