David Moyes plans to speak to Everton chairman Bill Kenwright regarding his summer transfer plans.
Everton boss counsels against big expectations for the summer
David Moyes plans to speak to Everton chairman Bill Kenwright next week regarding his summer transfer plans.
Everton have struggled to compete at the top end of the market in recent seasons and Moyes has often called for fresh investment at Goodison Park.
However, he remains committed to the cause and is keen to ensure he has a squad capable of making a positive start to the next campaign.
"I will have a chat with the chairman next week some time and we will try to work out what we are going to do," said Moyes.
"We have identified players for the last three, four, five years that we have never been able to do for different reasons.
"But we will see what happens, there are no rules to it. We will try to be ready for the start of next year.
"We do have a good team. If we can get the players playing we have a good side and with the right people joining them we could compete again with the teams at the top."
However, Moyes has warned fans not to get carried away with thoughts of toppling the country's top clubs due to the lack of funds available.
Moyes said: "The media will speculate about players, most of them probably miles off the mark.
"What that does to the supporters is lead them in a wrong direction. I have always said, unless you hear it from me, don't believe it.
"My job is always to give supporters the best team I possibly can.
"I will try to do that with what we have available. I will try to make sure I get them the best team we can."