Moyes speaks on Everton future
David Moyes says he has no intention of walking away from Everton this summer amid reports he could leave Goodison Park.
The Scot has provided the Toffees with ten years of service and given the financial constraints has down well on the blue half of Merseyside, keeping them in the top half of the Premier League and challenging for honours.
However, reports indicate Moyes is becoming frustrated with the lack of investment in his squad and could be tempted by a move to another club if they can offer him a war chest to spend.
With Chelsea and Tottenham potentially looking for new managers this summer Moyes could be on the shortlist for both clubs.
Despite Everton's financial troubles Moyes has rubbished talk he could leave the Toffees this summer, insisting he believes he can accomplish his goals in his current role.
The former Preston boss also insisted he had no plans to follow Pep Guardiola's example at Barcelona in taking a break from football due to stress.
"No. That is not my plan and it is not in my thoughts," said Moyes.
"I will have a chat with the chairman (Bill Kenwright) at the end of the season and we will see where things go. It will just be a chat generally to see where we are.
"Nowadays it is a much harder job and there is a level of pressure at every club. It takes a lot of your time up.
"I have always enjoyed my work. Maybe some day I will come to that point but I don't think I'm there yet."