Howard to stick with Toffees

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Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has said he never wants to leave the club.

The American stopper signed for the club in 2007 after leaving Manchester United and has enjoyed a fruitful four years under David Moyes.

And the 32-year-old says the Scottish boss is great to work with.


"It’s a place I love to be," said the American stopper.

"I don’t want to leave. This game is a business sometimes so there is that side to it but I’m happy, I’m happier than I’ve ever been.

"It’s hard to speculate but my heart is there for the club. Part of that is the fact that we’ve got an unbelievable coach but again things happen and times change but the club always stays the same so I hope that I can be there."

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