Published: Fri, May 05, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Moyes confirms he will stay on as Sunderland manager

Moyes confirms he will stay on as Sunderland manager

David Moyes has given a more positive update on his future as Sunderland manager after productive talks with Ellis Short, the club's owner, and Martin Bain, the chief executive, this week. I don't know what you mean by "decision".

The focus now is geared towards ensuring the Black Cats hit the ground running and speaking to safc.com, Moyes declared he knows exactly what it takes to ensure Sunderland return to the top flight.

'We've got our fingers in the pie on quite a few players and we'll see how we go on those players. We've not got everything in place, it was just initial, we've been trying to stay in the Premier League.

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"We plan to meet again in the next couple of weeks. We weren't there for that, we were there to talk business and none of us were happy because we're disappointed we got relegated". That group seems to be growing in number and visibility, meaning a potentially tricky balancing act awaits if he does remain in post, but the 54-year-old was hardly in bridge-building mood on the eve of Saturday's clash with Hull.

But he said: "When I look back on it I was very honest, forthright, told people what I thought". 'I'm not sure how far they are but from what I can gather Craig wants to sign and the club want him to sign'. Pulis' side, now eighth in the league, have lost momentum since avoiding relegation and have suffered four consecutive defeats for the first time this season. Jordan Pickford is in contract so there's nothing to say we'll lose Jordan.

The future of the recalled England worldwide at the Stadium of Light is less than certain as a clause in his contract allows him to leave the club as a free agent in the event of relegation. "Jordan Pickford is in contract so there's nothing to say we'll lose Jordan", Moyes said.

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