That's according to former Hammers star Dean Ashton who is adamant the Scot is packing his bags.
It's weird to see this excitement because A Bola literally says that West Ham have only gone as far as an approach.
The experienced chief was tasked with keeping the east Londoners in the Premier League.
Allardyce is under contract for another 12 months but Moyes only until midnight last night, meaning there is no certainty he will still be in charge at the London Stadium next season.
A source close to West Ham told TEAMtalk: "As it stands there is about a 5% chance that Moyes stays, West Ham are not convinced he is the best long-term option for them".
Ashton reckons the silence is a telling sign that Moyes will be clearing his desk.
"Bare in mind that Rafa Benitez came very, very close to taking the West Ham job, I think he'd nearly signed a contract to become the West Ham manager, before he was offered the Real Madrid job".
They want a big name who is going to bring them success to take the pressure off them.
"Rafa, as always, has my full support and, contrary to some media reports that portray me as a pantomime villain, I will continue to ensure that every penny generated by the club is available to him".
"I'd think you'd need to give a bit longer".