Everton boss David Moyes believes a small investment increase could help take Everton to the next level in the Barclays Premier League.
The Toffees have been punching above their weight for several seasons under the Scottish boss, with Moyes constantly producing a European challenge despite a lack of available funds at the Merseyside club.
Much has been made of a potential takeover at the club, with Bill Kenwright admitting that a search for new owners is actively taking place.
However, Moyes believes the club do not need a mega cash increase, which often leads to wholesale changes at club. The former Preston boss believes the club will benefit from new money rather than new owners.
"New ownership isn't always the solution to everything," the Toffees boss told the Liverpool Evening Post.
"What you want is the right people and the right people are already at Everton. We don't need new owners, we need new money. But if you want new money, that tends to come with new owners.
"We don't need new owners, we need an investment of money."