David Moyes has dismissed speculation suggesting his next managerial role will be in the Bundesliga.

The Everton manager has previously sung the praises of German football, proclaiming his fascination for its modern coaching and intricate scouting methods. But despite being a fully-fledged Bundesliga enthusiast, Moyes has played down the idea of making that particular switch.

When asked if it was a personal ambition of his to manage in the German league, Moyes told the Daily Post, "It's not the main one."

"I've always said that I wouldn't have a problem managing abroad and would want that in time but it's not my main ambition or something I feel has to be done."

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Everton manager Moyes doesn't see himself managing in the Bundesliga. (Reuters)

German football's reputation as one of the finest in Europe has grown exponentially over the past three years, a rise exemplified by Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich's devastating Champions League exploits this campaign.

Despite not seeing the vibrant Bundesliga as his next destination, Moyes remains captivated by the league, particularly the unique match day atmosphere.

"People talk about the atmosphere in the Premier League but over there it is incredible," Moyes added. "The stadiums are full and behind the scenes it works fantastically.

"The ticket prices aren't outrageous and nearly all the games are completely sold out. The big thing is that they're nearly all in terrific stadiums too."

"I think they're all important factors in modern life. If you want to go to the game now you don't want to pay too much but you also want a good seat with an unrestricted view where you can see the pitch.

"Generally I think that is what they do over there."

The Scot, who's contract at Everton expires this summer, has previously discussed his desire to one day travel South America in order to broaden his knowledge of world football.

Everton will head into their Merseyside derby against Liverpool this Sunday comfortably sitting five points above Brendan Rodgers's side, with Champions League qualification still a possibility for Moyes' side.