South African midfielder's agent has insisted that no plans have been made about the player's future after a highly successful loan spell from Tottenham at his former club
The 30-year old has come into form after returning to Goodison Park a year after leaving the Merseyside club for Tottenham and manager David Moyes is keen on keeping the midfielder.
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He told KickOff.com: "There have been no discussions about him staying there permanently or about him leaving Tottenham.
"Steven is not looking past the end of season – he just wants to do the best he can do for Everton and make sure his name is spoken about in the way his ability deserves, as he has been doing."
Despite being under contract at Spurs, Moore admitted it is Everton where the player has shined brightest.
"The way he plays is probably more suited to a side like Everton than Tottenham," he continued. "They have Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon with out-and-out pace down the wings.
"Pienaar is not a wide player that gets to the byline and gets crosses in – he comes inside and uses intelligent combination play to open up gaps in the defence so it’s a different type of game."
Pienaar's agent also believed that his client wasn't given an opportunity to prove himself at Spurs, and credited his success at Goodison Park to already knowing the club's staff and set-up.
"At Tottenham, he never really got that chance in the last few months," Moore insisted.
"Steven could have gone to three different clubs on loan in January but the idea was to send him back to the club that he loves because he could hit the ground running and get games straight away.
"If he’d gone to QPR or Stoke then it would have taken getting used to a new manager and a new style of play. But he has slotted in straight away at Everton because he knows everyone already."