Declan Rice after Europa Conference League win: Others will decide my future, I love this club
Declan Rice declared his love for West Ham following their Europa Conference League victory but admitted he does not know whether he will still be at the club next season.
Jarrod Bowen's dramatic last-minute goal secured the Hammers a 2-1 win over Fiorentina as the Hammers secured a first piece of silverware since 1980's FA Cup, and a first European trophy since 1965, on a historic and emotional night in Prague.
Lifting the trophy could be Rice's last act as a West Ham player with speculation rife that a summer move away is on the cards.
Moyes said last month there is a chance Rice could leave - provided the price is right as it is believed the midfielder has a "gentleman's agreement" that he can move in the summer - provided West Ham receive an offer worth £120m, be that in a transfer fee or a transfer fee plus players. Arsenal are interested, as are Bayern Munich.
But after his side's win in Prague, Rice said he did not know if he has played his last game for the club, saying it will be up to "the people above" to decide his future.