Maybe Sir Alex Ferguson should have a word with the hierarchy at Manchester United because there is a Scottish manager who is tearing it up in the Premier League and would be an ideal fit for the Old Trafford hotseat.
While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lurches from one crisis to another at United, David Moyes has been quietly going about his work at the London Stadium.
The victory lifted West Ham above Liverpool in the table and the bookies have reacted accordingly, with Moyes' side now 3/1 (from 5s) for a top-four finish with Planet Sport Bet. It wasn't enough to unseat United in the top-four betting, with the Red Devils still odds on (4/5) to secure Champions League soccer come the end of the season. However, the bookies are certain another European campaign is on the cards for the Hammers who have been cut from 11/10 to 8/11 to finish inside the top six.
You can get 50/1 on Moyes getting a second chance at United.
The defeat for Liverpool has seen their odds for the Premier League title drift to 4/1. Chelsea also dropped points at the weekend and it is Manchester City who took advantage, with their emphatic 2-0 victory over their cross-city rivals seeing them back into odds-on to retain their title (4/5).
Chelsea were punished for their failure to take their chances against Burnley and are now 9/4 to win the league.
At the other end of the table, Norwich's first three points of the campaign have failed to impress the bookies, with the East Anglian outfit still 1/8 for the drop.