I can't do any more - Allardyce

I can't do any more - Allardyce

Everton striker Wayne Rooney hopes the club can restore stability at Goodison Park and has backed manager Sam Allardyce to extend his stay beyond the current campaign.

Allardyce, who took charge of Everton in November following the sacking of Ronald Koeman, labelled his tenure so far as "overall pretty satisfying".

"I can't honestly produce anymore than I'm doing", Allardyce told the media after victory at the John Smith's Stadium.

"What can I say when you've got 14 points out of seven games when we were in a position of difficulty when I arrived? We've had a bit of time under Sam and we're improving every game".

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Evertonians have been calling on Allardyce to use Vlasic a lot more than he has done this season, however when he did play against Huddersfield this weekend, many were left feeling that he is not ready for first-team football just yet.

Looking ahead to the club's last two games of the season, against Southampton at home and West Ham away, Allardyce said: "I think that the efforts from the players particularly have been fantastic". We're pushing ourselves as high up in the league as we possibly can.

Huddersfield are now six points clear of the relegation zone and will be confident of securing another season in the Premier League.

"I think that's what everybody wants [stability]", the £10 million signing from Manchester United last summer said.

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