Boss staying put
David Moyes has rubbished rumours that he is to walk away from the club and claims he will only leave if the fans want him out.
"It's more fashionable for supporters to see a change, so I'm fortunate.
"I've always said I wouldn't want the supporters to get fed up of me, because it's their football club. I'm there to do the job and do it the best of my ability.
"If I got the feeling they were fed up with me then I'd do something about it. But I don't at the moment, I still see it as one of the biggest clubs in England, and I'm thrilled to be manager."
Only Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson have been at their respective clubs longer than the nine years that Moyes has been at Goodison Park but, after a desperately disappointing season and with money tight, speculation has increased that he could be on his way in the summer.
Moyes has denied this and says he will be at the club for as long as the fans want him, he told the Post "It's not fashionable to be in a job for nine years.