Everton boss David Moyes says he is fine with not having the money to bring in any first team players on a permanent basis this summer. The Toffees have so far only brought in 17-year-old defender Eric Dier on loan from Sporting Lisbon and look unlikely to add anymore players before Wednesday night. Moyes doesn't have the money to bring in anyone and instead of looking to recruit could face a fight to keep his current squad together as Arsenal reportedly look to make last minute moves for Mikel Arteta and Phil Jagielka.The Scot says he was made aware of Everton's financial position at the start of the summer and insists he has no complaints about working with the same players that ended last season."I said to the players on the first day of pre-season, 'It's going to be just us this season," said Moyes."They are aware of that but when the window shuts you've got what you've got."