David Moyes remains relaxed over his future as Everton manager despite the fact he is out of contract in the summer.
There has been increasing speculation the Scot could walk away from Goodison Park in the summer in search of a new challenge and a bigger budget.
Moyes has not ruled out a new deal but has no desire to discuss contract issues until the season is over, despite the admission of chairman Bill Kenwright earlier this week that the situation is not ideal for Everton.
“I think everybody knows that ideally a decision will be made at the end of the season and that will be the time because we will see where we finish and where we go,” Moyes told the Liverpool Daily Post.
“By that time I hope to have a clearer picture of what will happen and I wouldn’t have thought that would be too much to ask for, really. I wouldn’t have thought that was a bad request.
“I’ve been here 11 years, and the club have now come out and said they’re happy with the situation. We’ve been talking regularly.”
Moyes added: “If people say it is best for Everton Football Club that I stay, then I would agree – I genuinely believe that as well.
“But I have to make sure that Everton have the best opportunity to try to push on from where they are.”
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