David Moyes has warned Sunderland goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford, against moving to a club in which he wouldn’t be number one.

Pickford has been linked with a move to north London and while the 23-year-old wants to stay with Sunderland, the newly relegated club could do with the £15m they’re demanding and will therefore probably sell him this summer.

While Arsenal and Everton are said to want to sign him, the Gunners’ reported interest appears to have waned considering Wojciech Szczesny now looks as if he’ll return from his loan spell at Roma after all.

Moyes believes that the Sunderland-born ‘keeper will be wasted at a club in which he’s playing second-fiddle to their number one, which he most certainly will be if he signs for Arsenal.

“At the moment, I really wouldn’t know,” said the Black Cats’ boss when asked about Pickford’s future.

“Obviously it’s up to the club.

“If Jordan was to go elsewhere and not be the number one, that wouldn’t be good for him because that would affect his progress.

“You can see what he does for us with the saves he makes. He’s been outstanding from day one.”