Neville has announced he will leave Goodison Park after eight years at the end of the current season, meaning Everton will be deprived of their captain, and a versatile and consistent performer who has made over 300 appearances for the club.
The 36-year-old is not retiring from the game, but his future plans remain unclear, aside from joining Stuart Pearce's coaching staff for the European Under-21 Championship in Israel.
Brother Gary is both a senior England coach and England's most respected TV pundit, but Moyes says Phil is more likely to pursue the coaching route once he brings his long and successful career to a close.
Meanwhile, Everton have a tough job on their hands in attempting to fill Neville's shoes.
"He's been really influential, Phil,” Moyes told Yahoo!-Eurosport. “He has been a great captain, he has been a great player since he joined us eight years ago, and he will be missed because he is someone I can rely on - on the pitch and off the pitch.
"He is someone I have got no doubt will go on to work in football, and he's someone that we will miss and it will be a hard position to fill because the way he has captained the team has been excellent over the years.
"Phil will be a success whatever line he goes into in life because he conducts himself well, he has looked after himself, he is very articulate in whatever he does - but if I was a betting man I'd say it would be coaching.”
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David Moyes was speaking to Yahoo!'s 'The Dugout' through its partnership with the League Managers Association
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