After Alan Stubbs had hinted that David Moyes could be on the move away from Goodison Park in the Summer, the Everton boss has said he wants new recruitment's for next season in early in the transfer window. A clear indication that he wants to stay on as manager of The People's Club.
Moyesy said: "We added two players this season and we added them in January with Darron Gibson and Jelavic.
"If you can add a couple of players every year it enhances your squad, it keeps you moving in the right direction and the idea would be to do something similar.
"And that would be the way to keep going forward.
"Ideally you do two or three players in the summer if you can and move a few people out. It's always better if you can do it in the summer.
"If you can do your recruitment early it makes a big difference to your group and gives them a chance to bed in and you get better results sooner."
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