Moyes reveals Euro goals
Everton boss David Moyes admits he is keen to secure European football next season and insists he doesn't need a big transfer budget.
Moyes feels it has been too long since Goodison Park has seen European competition and the Everton boss is eager to guide his side into either the Europa League or the Champions League next season. The Scot feels he has enough quality in his side to secure a spot in one of the two European tournaments, but admits he would welcome a few new faces in the summer to strengthen the Blues. "At Everton we could make a difference with not too much money," he told TalkSPORT. "I don't think at Everton we necessarily need £40m or £50m to spend. Give us a bit of money, we will try and make it work, we will turn it around and keep it going. "What the Everton supporters want is that opportunity to think there is a bit of hope, there is a chance that this is going to get better and keep improving. "We've now been out of Europe at Everton for the last two or three years. A club like Everton need European football. "If it was Europa League we'd take it - the Champions League would be like back to winning the league again." Moyes has been linked with the vacant manager's job at Spurs but the 49-year-old insists there has been no contact with the White Hart Lane outfit. "All I can say is there has been no contact from Spurs," he added. "There has been no contact and that is how it is. I'm the Everton manager."