BOSS: NEW SIGINING WITH DAYS

BOSS: NEW SIGINING WITH DAYS

David Moyes has revealed he could add a further new addition to his squad within days following the signing of Andy Johnson.

The England international was unveiled to the media at Goodison on Wednesday following his club record £8.5m transfer from Crystal Palace.

Chairman Bill Kenwright has revealed a central defender is the next target for the Blues.

And the manager has revealed a further signing could be made soon.

"We may have a new addition to the squad in the next three or four days. We will just have to wait and see but I won't name anyone, that wouldn't be fair," said Moyes.

The Everton boss has been delighted by the level of backing he has received from the board, who have helped him break the club record transfer fee twice in the space of 18 months following James Beattie's arrival from Southampton for £6m in January 2005.

Moyes added: "We hope to continue making good signings like Andy. I have tremendous backing here as I have always said. The fee for Andy is a big one but it shows with the number of clubs that were in for him that it is a figure a lot of clubs can now get to. It is great we have done that.

"We will have at least one player shortly. We have got a hard-working staff and we have done our homework as to who we wanted. Andy Johnson was top of the list when it came to strikers."

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