Wayne Rooney was none-too pleased with his substitution by Everton manager Sam Allardyce during the Merseyside derby on Saturday.
The Toffees boss has been speaking about the decorated midfielder’s future at the club and said he wants to keep him at Goodison Park.
Asked if Rooney still has a future at Goodison, Allardyce replied: “Oh yes, there’s no doubt about that.
“The situation is it’s his first season, it’s been difficult for everybody. There’s been, obviously, lots and lots of changes, not just behind the scenes with myself and the staff, but lots of changes with the players.
“We have to get that stability back, which I think we are slowly but surely doing, and then we have to look at what this summer will bring and what next season will bring.”