David Moyes wants West Ham to secure goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski on a new deal in the next few weeks and is also hopeful his board will reward star man Declan Rice improved terms to fend off Chelsea in the next two transfer windows.

Former Arsenal keeper Fabianski, 35, has become a mainstay of West Ham's improvement under Moyes, but is out of contract in the summer.

The Poland international, with over 50 caps, is being offered a two-year extension but manager Moyes has revealed his concerns over the uncertainty of ever changing lockdown regulations placing football under threat.

England international midfielder Rice has been a repeated target for Chelsea, where he started his career, and they are expected to come back in for him.

And Moyes explained while many clubs face financial concerns going into the New Year, his main job is to ensure West Ham remain robust in the Premier League.