Ex-Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United boss has been with the Hammers since 2011.
West Ham United have confirmed that manager Sam Allardyce has agreed to put pen to paper on a new two-year contract with the mid-table Premier League outfit, reports BBC Sport Online.
Allardyce, 58, has been in charge of the Hammers for two years now, guiding the East End club back into the Premier League in his very first season in the capital after beating Blackpool 2-1 in the Championship play-off final in May 2012.
And, in the club’s first campaign back in the top flight, Allardyce has managed to guide West Ham to safety with still two more Premier League matches left to play.
At present, West Ham are tenth in the top-flight standings on 43 points, eight points from the drop zone and Allardyce also stated that he would sign a new deal as soon as the club had mathematically guaranteed their Premier League status for next season.
“I am delighted to announce that our manager Sam Allardyce has signed a new two-year contract,” West Ham co-owner David Gold confirmed on Twitter.