"He is a strong man with a winning mentality and I am sure he will bounce back straight away."
This is the view of Roberto Martinez who has said in this morning's press conference that Moyes will find no trouble finding a job after his sacking on Tuesday morning.
According to BBC Sport, the Everton manager said: "There has been a lot of talk over the matter. It is not a nice situation when a manager loses his job. We know Moyes will look forward to the next football chapter and the next experience.
"He has ensured he will be ready to get into another job as quick as he can. He won't have the lack of opportunities."
The Spaniard has enjoyed a comfortable season in the hot seat at Goodison Park, keeping the club perched just outside the top four with a real chance of achieving European football with three games remaining.
His predecessor on the other hand has had a torrid time at Old Trafford. 'The Chosen One' lasted just 10 months in the job after the club's worst league campaign since the Premier League began.
In a statement the Scot released yesterday, Moyes was grateful to have been given the opportunity but was 'frustrated' not to get the results the club, and the fans, desired.
Moyes managed Everton for 11 years and in his best stint in the 2004/05 season, took the Toffees into the top four.
There are several positions that could be on the horizon for the ex United boss with Tottenham likely to replace Tim Sherwood at the end of the season. Norwich sacked Chris Hughton earlier this month and if the Canaries stay in the top flight, Moyes could be tempted to head to Carrow Road. It's also unknown whether Swansea will stink with Gary Monk next year.
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