Blues Won't Rush New Boss Move
Chairman Bill Kenwright on finding Moyes' successor.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has indicated the Club will not be rushed into making a decision on the next Blues boss.
Everton were bidding a Goodison Park farewell to current manager David Moyes on Sunday, before he departs for Manchester United.
Much has been said in the media about who may succeed the 50-year-old Scot at the Everton helm.
But whilst the intense media speculation is likely to continue in the coming days, Mr Kenwright is keen to ensure he gets the right man for the job.
The Everton chairman told Sky Sports News after the 2-0 win over West Ham: "It was a great victory, a great performance by the team. It was a great performance by the crowd and once again a great performance by a great manager.
"We will not be making a quick decision (on his replacement). We will take time, get the season over and then we will hopefully give some indication of where we're going."
Mr Kenwright added on evertontv: "David leaves next Sunday and this football club has got to have the right people in place for next season.
"It is going to be difficult replacing David but I have every confidence that the Club will attract the right manager and the right manager will prove attractive to us and to the supporters, who are vitally important."