Moyes moved to Sociedad in November, six months after his tenure at Manchester United ended, and has guided the Spanish side to 12th in La Liga this term.
And despite revealing he had opportunities to work in England again before his mvoe to Spain, Moyes is adamant he is sticking with his decision to make a success abroad.
Speaking on Revista de La Liga on Sky Sports, Moyes said: “I’ve told everybody I will be in Spain next year. I had plenty of opportunities before I went to Spain to stay in England, and I had made a decision that I would go and work in Spain.
“I wanted to try something different, wanted to try new culture, work with different players and see how La Liga works, and I’m really enjoying it.
“It’s a great club, I’ve had great fun as well.”
Moyes, whose side have been linked with a move for Burnley striker Danny Ings this summer, says he will only dip into the British market if the player was right for Sociedad.
“It’s a market I know, but I would only bring players if I thought they were going to make an improvement or difference.??
“It doesn’t matter whether they’re British players or from another country.
“We’ll look around, we’re not a club who can spend big, big money, but we’re going to try and improve the squad.”