Moyes denies Spurs talks
David Moyes says there has been no contact with Tottenham over the vacant manager's job and insists he is happy at Everton.
The Scot has been heavily linked with the position following the shock departure of Harry Redknapp and reports had gone as far as suggesting talks had taken place.
However Moyes insists that is not the case and even though he knows things can change quickly in football, he is happy at Goodison Park and would be happy to stay.
"All I can say is that I have had no contact and if I had had any I would have told my chairman (Bill Kenwright)," he told BBC Radio 5 Live. "I hope to meet all my ambitions at Everton but you never know in this game.
"I came back from holiday and found out about Harry and I feel sad for him because I feel he has done a good job."
Moyes is now hoping to be given some cash to strengthen his Everton squad and it is down to the Blues to show how much they want to keep him on board.
"I'm ambitious and I want to try to win things and ideally I want to do that with Everton," he added."We brought in two or three players in January and you could see the difference it made to the club, to the players, to myself, so we want to try and do that again."
Andre Villas-Boas is now hot favourite for the Spurs job but Wigan boss Roberto Martinez also remains in the frame as Daniel Levy hopes to make a quick appointment.
As for Moyes many believe he is holding out for the Manchester United job once Sir Alex Ferguson steps aside.