Report updates on David Unsworth's chances of landing Everton job on a full-time basis

Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth

David Unsworth won 3-0 when he took charge of Everton's last match of the season against Norwich City.

Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth

According to a report in the Liverpool Echo, Everton have already spoken to David Unsworth about potentially succeeding Roberto Martinez.

Unsworth took charge of Everton’s last game of the season, and led the side to a 3-0 victory over Norwich City.

The 42-year-old has previously been working with the under-21’s at Everton, where he has done an impressive job.

Unsworth is not thought to be amongst the leading candidates to take over at Goodison Park permanently, but he is being considered.

Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth and Norwich manager Alex Neil

Everton have reportedly spoken to Unsworth about taking over at Goodison Park, as they search for a replacement for Roberto Martinez.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez

Unsworth has made no secret of his desire to manage Everton, and he said soon after being placed in temporary charge that it was a dream of his to take charge on a full-item basis.

Everton are also believed to have spoken to both Manuel Pellegrini and David Moyes in recent weeks.

The Toffees are reportedly yet to make contact with Frank De Boer, though, who was once the favourite to land the job at Goodison Park.

Ajax Head Coach Frank De Boer during the press conference

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