Goodison Park boss in no rush to decide future.
Everton manager David Moyes is in no rush to make a decision about his future and will wait until the summer before making his mind up on whether to sign a new deal at Goodison Park.
Moyes is out of contract at the end of the season and has yet to sit down with Everton chairman Bill Kenwright to thrash out talks over extending his 10-year stay at the club.
The 49-year-old has been linked with moves to Manchester City, Chelsea and German club Schalke ahead of the new season, speculation which continues to dominate the sports news pages because of his failure to sign a new contract.
And, speaking at his press conference before Saturday’s FA Cup fifth-round clash with giantkillers Oldham, Moyes said he will not be making any decision on his future until the end of the season as he waits to see if he can guide Everton to a top-four Premier League finish and secure Champions League qualification.
“I’ve spoken with the chairman and I want to see how the team do,” Moyes is quoted as saying by Sportinglife. “I want to see how we do in the cups and the league and it is more than likely that I won’t make a decision until the end of the season. You can ask me every week but I will probably give you the same answer.”
Moyes is approaching 11 years in charge at Everton having taking over the club in 2002 when joining from Preston. He has the opportunity to qualify for the Champions League for only the second time in his reign at Goodison Park.