Unsworth has taken charge of the Toffees on a temporary basis following the sacking of Ronald Koeman last month and after losing his first three games at the helm, he inspired his players to come from two goals down to beat Watford prior to the international break.
The 44-year-old, who also coaches the club’s Under-23s, has always been open over his desire to manage the first team on a permanent basis, but he admits he is no closer to learning who will be offered the position.
"Very much as it was after the (Watford) game," he told Sky Sports when asked if there was an update on the managerial situation. "I just continue to do my best, give my all for the club."
Unsworth is one of the frontrunners to be handed the reins on a permanent basis, but reportedly faces competition from the likes of Hornets boss Marco Silva and former England manager Sam Allardyce.