Everton manager David Moyes says he remains fully committed to the club Everton and will not be quitting in the summer as speculation suggests. (Fulham 15/4 to beat Everton away today).
Reports say that the Scot could be tempted for a new challenge after ten years at Goodison Park. Moyes said: "It is not in my plan or thoughts; I will chat with the chairman when the season is over and see where things go. It is a much harder job these days and it takes up a lot of your time. But I have always enjoyed my work, I am not ready to quit yet." (Everton 4/5 to beat Fulham at home today).
Since losing in the FA Cup semi-final to Liverpool at Wembley last month, Moyes has come under some criticism that he would need to move on, with suggestions being made that he should take over at Spurs if Harry Redknapp is to take on the England job.
But Moyes, whose side face Fulham at home this afternoon insists he has no immediate plans to follow in Pep Guardiola's footsteps and take a break from football as the desire and enthusiasm he has is still very much alive. (Everton 5/2 to draw with Fulham today).
He said: "Maybe some day I will come to the point where it is time to take a break, but I thrive on the intensity and I am not sure what I would be like if I didn't have that." (David Moyes 6/4 to be next permanent Spurs manager).
The Toffees have had great season under Moyes with a current 7th place slot in the Premier League table and 3 wins in their last 5 games. Fulham have an unpredictable record on the road, but will be vowing for a spot behind Everton with a win, which will also take them above Liverpool.