Everton midfielder Leon Osman has expressed hope that David Moyes won’t part company with the Merseyside club at the end of the season.
The veteran Scott, who began Everton management in 2002, will see his contract at Goodison Park expire at the end of the season.
Moyes is yet to sign an extension with the Toffees and has, on multiple occasions, ignored questions over his future.
Taking into consideration the 49-year-olds exceptional record at Goodison Park, Leon Osman let out his hope that Moyes will pen a new deal at Everton once the season draws to a conclusion.
The English international lavished praise on the manager’s remarkable stint at Merseyside, and owed his own lengthy career at Everton to Moyes’ faith in him.
The midfielder said: “In the 10, 11 years he has been here, he has taken us to fighting from relegation every season to the final stages of cup competitions and to the top end of the table, so his record speaks for itself.
“[The best thing is] the manner in which he has done it, we will see what happens at the end of the season and hopefully he stays.
“He gave me the chance and my debut and I am still in the team so I am thankful for that
Moyes has coached the Toffees in 508 matches in all competitions, boosting an impressive 41.9 percent win record. However, he is yet to win a trophy during his 11-year stay at the club.
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