David Moyes says he won't be leaving Real Sociedad this summer.
Real Sociedad boss David Moyes has told The Guardian that he 'isn't going anywhere' this summer, despite speculation of a move back to the Premier League.
Moyes, 52, is of course best known for his work in England, starting with Preston North End before moving on to Everton, where his fine work earned him the Manchester United job in the summer of 2013.
Becoming Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement was always going to be a daunting task, but Moyes lasted less than a year, having been sacked after 27 wins in 51 games in charge.
The Scot took some time away from football after his departure from Old Trafford, but made his return in November 2014, replacing Jagoba Arrasate as Real Sociedad manager.
With nine wins in 28 games so far, Moyes is rebuilding his reputation in Spain, but has already been linked with a return to the Premier League.
The Mirror recently reported that both Newcastle and West Ham United want to appoint Moyes as their new manager this summer.
However, Moyes has now told The Guardian that he has no intention of leaving Real Sociedad, suggesting that he wants to see the job through with the Spaniards.
"There’s always speculation but I’m here to do the job," he said. "I’m going to be here. I want to try to get everything in place so we can be at our best for the start of next season. I’m not going anywhere."