West Ham will find it difficult to lure David Moyes to Upton Park this summer, according to Spanish football expert Graham Hunter.
He told Revista de la Liga's live Periscope Q&A that Moyes is happy at Real Sociedad in La Liga, where he has been in charge since November.
And Hunter says West Ham would find it difficult to convince the former Manchester United and Everton boss to return to the Premier League, should they look to replace Sam Allardyce at the end of the season.
"If you'd asked me that question six or seven months ago, when David Moyes was beginning to find his feet (at Real Sociedad), not just at the club but in the city, away from his family, the changing culture and climate, I would have said it's feasible," said Hunter.
"But he's enjoying himself, absolutely finding that the thing he's always aspired to, working with a high-profile club on the continent, can be as rewarding and interesting as he imagined it to be.
"The players are working for him, his team is playing better, he has the director of football more onside than ever and the club president is beginning to think about some of the reforms he wants implemented.
"So for West Ham or anybody to drag him away will be much tougher now than it would have been a few months ago."