Found July 17, 2013 on
Everton boss Roberto Martinez remains confident he will be able to keep hold of key players such as Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini.
The duo have been linked with a move away from Goodison Park this summer, with Manchester United seeing an offer for England international defender Baines rejected recently.
Belgium midfielder Fellaini has also been mentioned as a possible transfer target for several leading Premier League clubs after his impressive displays for the Merseysiders.
But Moyes insists he is paying little attention to the on-going rumour-mill and claims he takes interest in any of his squad as a compliment.
He told Sky Sports News: "This is the moment of having speculation, having talks and clubs looking around. I see it as a real compliment - you don't get that if you don't perform well.
"We are Everton and we want to keep our best performers and we have got our own aims and that is very clear.
"We are not losing any sleep over that (spec...
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