David Moyes said he hoped he had built a team Everton supporters are proud of after signing off as the Club's manager on Sunday.
The departing boss was speaking after the 2-1 final-day defeat to Chelsea in what was his last ever interview with evertontv.
On his 11 years in charge, Moyes said: "The hard bit of this for me is that Everton brought me in as manager and I've done everything I can to build a team and give the supporters something they can be proud of.
"I've brought just about every player here, bar Ossie and Hibbo, and I wanted those players to feel that they thought it was a worthwhile journey and a worthwhile club to come to.
"Some of these boys I've had to fly to meet them and sign them and not sell the Club but sell what I wanted to do, and I think they're all saying now that they're glad they came. That for me is a big thing."
To find out what Moyes had to say about the performance at Stamford Bridge, his emotions at the final whistle and the 2012/13 season as a whole, watch the video above now*.
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