Everton boss David Moyes has confirmed that he is yet to be offered a new deal at the club despite their fine start to the season, but the Scot also claimed it wasn’t an issue.
Moyes celebrated ten years in charge of the Merseyside club earlier this year but he doesn’t want any speculation involving his future to affect the players’ good early season form.
“My commitment at Everton is total and it always will be,” Moyes told the Daily Mirror.
“I don’t see it as a big problem. I’ll be asked more questions the longer it goes on. But right now if you asked me if it was even in my head, it’s not even crossed my mind.
“I feel as though I am happy with the situation. The chairman is as well. And when we need to, we talk.
“We talk on the phone every day so it’s nothing that needs to be resolved by any big talks.
“We have a good relationship and when it comes to that that’s the way we will deal with it.
“I don’t want anything to get in the way of how well the players are playing,” Moyes added.
“If that became a problem, then I’d need to look at it. But hopefully it won’t. The players are focused and we all know what we are trying to do.
“We have no real need (to talk) at the moment. I am heavily concentrating on the team and I personally don’t feel that we have to sit down and do it.
“I don’t think the club feel there is a need either, because whatever happens, I’m here until the end of the season anyway. There’s no panic.”