Everton manager David Moyes has reiterated he is committed to the club and says there is "no reason" to speculate about his future.
Moyes' position at Goodison Park has been the subject of frequent debate this season, largely due to Everton's difficult start and their ongoing financial restrictions.
However, Moyes is adamant he will not be leaving Goodison and says he will discuss a new deal if chairman Bill Kenwright approaches him.
"I don't think my contract will need to be looked at this summer, but if the chairman wants to then that's down to him and the board," Moyes said.
"I'll have a chat with them at the end of the season and see what route we're going to take. There are things I'd be hoping to get, so we'll look at what we need to do better.
"But this could still end up not a bad season, and I do see my long-term future here. There's no reason to think anything else."