Everton boss David Moyes has admitted frustration with the lack of transfer funds at his disposal.

Moyes has been at the helm for a decade, but has just five months left on his current contract.

His frustration is clear.

He said: "I would hope that if we made the Champions League, I would get an awful lot more money to spend on players for at least a ­couple of years.

"I think it would enable us to keep our progress going in the right ­direction. To really transform the club, to make things really go through the roof, we would probably need a new owner. But what worries me is that, just to keep the progress going, we need more money.

"There's a big pay cheque coming for all Premier League clubs next year because of the new television deal. But to have Champions League money as well would be a big lift. It could really change what happens.