Moyes checks out Czechs for Everton
David Moyes says he is planning for next season at Everton and re-iterated that he has received no contact from Spurs over the vacancy.
The Toffees boss, speaking live from Poland on Talksport this afternoon, did not guarantee Everton fans that he would be in charge for the first game of the new season against Manchester United, but said he is planning for that game. When asked directly if he would start next season at the helm, he said: "I've had no contact with Spurs, Bill Kenwright and I am busy planning for the new season at Everton." The Scotsman also suggested that he could make a difference at Everton in the transfer market with just a small injection of cash, although he would not turn down a huge 'pot of cash' if it was put to him. Moyes has been watching players from the Czech Republic very closely during the tournament and is set to watch them again when they face Portugal in Warsaw tonight. "There are some Polish, Czech and Greek players that are not as well known," he said. "But you find that the big German and French clubs are in the pockets of these eastern Europeans and have already signed the best players up."