Everton boss David Moyes has revealed he is looking to sign a new contract to remain at the Goodison Park helm.
Moyes has two years left on his current deal, but the former Preston North End manager, who is celebrating five years with the Merseyside club this week, is keen to pledge his long-term future to the Toffees.
"In the end those things are up to the board, but if you asked me whether I would still be looking to stay here when my contract ends, the answer would be yes," he revealed.
"I have enjoyed my time here. It's five years now and I have already prepared a five-year plan for the next five years. I would like to be around to implement it.
"I have put a plan for the next five years together and presented it to the board.
"My dream has been to manage a great club and I am here doing that now. I have a five-year project that is aimed at taking us to the higher level.
"It would be great if I was here in five years celebrating ten years at the club.
"You only need to look at clubs with several changes of manager - have those clubs been a big success?
"The clubs who have made strides have done it because of money, it is not down to managers.
"We do not have that sort of money, we may do shortly, but we are looking to develop this club and give it good foundations."