In his final game in charge as Everton manager, the Scot saw his team lose 2-1 to the Londoners but, despite that loss, Moyes stated that he was proud of his team’s performance and said that it had been a privilege to manage the Toffees for the past eleven years.
“I thought it was a really good game,” he said in his post match press conference.
“We played excellently and the result was harsh on us. The attitude of the players and their performance levels were as good as we have had this season. But for a few misses we would have had a point.
“We have competed from the first day to the last this season. We have had bad days but show me a team who haven’t.
“It is difficult to sum it up in a few words, but I am grateful to have had the chance and I hope I am leaving a club in better condition than when I took over.
“I will go into Finch Farm some of the days next week and make sure things are in place for whoever the incoming manager is.
“I would like to be remembered for doing a hard working honest job because that is what the football club stands for.”