Everton star Tim Cahill has revealed that he would one day like to get into the management side of football. The 31-year old Australian international admits that Toffees manager David Moyes has motivated him so much during his time at Goodison Park that it has rubbed off on him and he is eyeing turning his hand to management once his playing days are over.
Cahill said that the way Moyes goes about things has inspired him and he has made it clear that getting involved in coaching is something he wants to look at.
"Moyesy has been very loyal to the club and I think I have learned a lot from him over the years," he told GrandOldTeam.com.
"He is always there and is a constant source of motivation for the lads - especially when things are not going so well.
"He is always honest with the players and I think this has been important for us, as a team, in recent seasons.
"We have a great group of players at the club and I think this is largely down to the work of the boss - he has made some great signings and we all have a great understanding of each other which helps massively when you are trying to win matches.
"I definitely want to remain involved in football - it has been my life for so long now and I don't know what I would do without being involved in some shape or form.
"Management would definitely be something I would consider when I decide to call it a day as a pro.
"I have learned so much since I began playing in England and I would love the opportunity to pass some of this information on to other players and hopefully be a successful manager and win some trophies!"