Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has insisted midfielder Cheick Tiote remains a key part of his plans.
The 49-year-old Scot has been at Goodison Park since 2002 and has arguably one of the safest jobs in English football.
But Moyes has admitted to dreaming of a role overseas when his time at the Toffees comes to an end.
"I always had the hope of being a coach abroad," said Moyes in an interview with France Football.
"If I had the choice I would probably go to Germany. In part because of the mentality, which is similar to mine.
"I'm also fascinated by what happens in German football. They seem to have found a way of producing young players.
"Look at Borussia Dortmund. I saw them against Manchester City this season. They were fantastic. They put this incredible intensity on their opponents to break the tempo. It adds a new tactical level.
"If I was not working as a coach, I think I would decide to go to South America. To Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, to see how they train young people out there.
"That would be my project - to understand football better."