QPR boss Harry Redknapp has been made the number one favourite by online bookmakers to succeed Sam Allardyce at Boleyn Ground.
The Big Sam’s position at the helm is in serious danger following yet another disappointing defeat, and it appears the long-serving boss may be forced to step down from the post.
West Ham are not only in the Premier League relegation zone, but they have just suffered 5-0 and 6-0 defeats in domestic cup competitions to Nottingham Forest and Manchester City respectively.
And with the fans also turning their backs on Allardyce, it appears club owners David Sullivan and David Gold could wield the axe in the coming days.
It is hardly surprising that Harry Redknapp has emerged as 1/1 favourite to take over the reigns at Boleyn Ground, given that he is still regarded as one of England’s best managers.
Former Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay also looks a good bet at 9/4, whereas Glenn Hoddle and Paolo Di Canio appear to be dark horses at the moment.
West Ham sit three points adrift of safety after taking just two points from last seven league fixtures, although they do have enough time to try and save this season.