Everton Manager Sam Allardyce has dismissed speculation that his days at Goodison are numbered.
The 63-year-old has been under fire recently from the Blues fans after a recent run of poor results, but he insists he is interested in a long term plan for the Merseyside club.
Allardyce confirmed in his press conference that he had spoken to the Toffees owner Farhad Moshiri about his future. “I talk to Farhad but they are confidential. We’re in a difficult period, yes, but we have to turn that around starting Saturday.”
Allardyce has been in charge of Everton for 17 games, winning on just 6 occasions.
Everton face Brighton on Saturday at Goodison Park, in which Allardyce is hoping his players can step up this weekend. “Players’ responsibility is to play their best and when we do that, we can give anyone a game.