Matt Le Tissier is not concerned about Ronald Koeman’s future at Southampton, despite reports linking him with the Everton job, judging by his comments to the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast Show, which was broadcast on 10th May on TalkSPORT.
Koeman has been touted as a potential successor to Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park by the Daily Mirror, with the pressure mounting on the Spaniard.
Martinez appears to have lost the faith of the majority of Everton fans, after their poor performance this season.
Koeman, meanwhile, has done a fantastic job at Southampton - and the south coast side are currently challenging for a top six place.
The Dutch boss has started to be linked away from St. Mary’s, but Le Tissier is not worried about Koeman’s future yet.
“I think he’s got a year left on his contract, and he’s always honoured his contracts as a manager,” the Saints legend said.
“He’s always said he’ll do that, so I think from that we can guarantee at least one more season from him.
“Hopefully he’ll sit down and talk to the club at the end of the season to talk about a new contract and get him tied down for another couple of years.”
As things stand, Martinez remains at Everton - but his future remains very insecure, with the Toffees’ poor form showing no signs of relenting.
The Merseyside club have won just one of their last nine matches, and they are currently in 12th place in the Premier League table.
Southampton, meanwhile, will be looking to protect their place in the Europa League qualification spots by beating Crystal Palace on the final day of the season.