The Scottish manager is set to leave Goodison Park in the summer in order to take over at Manchester United, and the new captain is determined to continue his fine work
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Jagielka paid tribute to the man who brought him to Goodison Park seven years ago and believes that the players must now endeavour to continue all the Scot’s fine work.
"Like the rest of the squad I have nothing but the highest regard for David Moyes," the defender told the club's official website.
"He is a first class operator on and off the training ground and on behalf of the players I would like to place on record my thanks for the work he has done improving the team.
"It was as much of a shock to the dressing room as I'm sure it was to Everton and our fans.
"All the lads wish him the very best for the future but we still have two important Premier League games to play and all our attentions will be focused on winning against West Ham and at Chelsea.
"Once the season is over we can collectively look forward in order to ensure we continue to build on the positive work of the past few seasons."