West Ham boss David Moyes has dismissed speculation linking him with the vacant manager's job at Celtic.

Neil Lennon’s departure from the Hoops has led to the Scot being linked with a return to Parkhead, where he began his playing career.

Moyes has a clause in his contract which should see it automatically extended beyond this season, while co-owner David Sullivan is expected to offer him an improved deal.

"I’ve got no intentions of going anywhere," said Moyes. "I’ve already spoken to David Sullivan, we’re up to date and things are quietly ticking along.

"I don’t want anything to get in the way of what we’re doing just now. I’m not going to come out and say I’m signing a big contract or doing anything else that in any way might change things around. I just really want to go about the job and try and be professional.

"I am really happy here, I enjoy the people I work with and there has been great improvement on and off the field here at West Ham. I’m hoping to continue making them better and hopefully we can start to sustain a level of League position that we’re in at the moment."

Moyes added that the clause in his contract could be activated automatically barring a remarkable collapse in the Hammers’ form.

“The truth is that I’ve got something if we finish I think it’s above 13th where automatically it kicks in anyway if I choose - it’s still my choosing,” Moyes said.

“As I said, there’s no, there’s no big panic, and I don’t feel under any pressure with it. I don’t want anybody at the club or anybody else to feel under pressure by it because it’s not, we’ll get it sorted.”