Seamus Coleman says he remains determined to win a major trophy during his time with Everton. Republic of Ireland international Coleman is one of the longest-serving players at Goodison Park having joined from Sligo Rovers in 2009, and he has amassed nearly 300 appearances for the club across all competitions.
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However, the 30-year-old is yet to win a major honour during his time with the Toffees and admits that remains his main goal over the coming years, with an FA Cup triumph being particularly high on his wish-list. Speaking to the All Together Now podcast, Coleman said: “All I’m thinking about is winning something for this club, winning a trophy.
“Until the day they decide to get rid of me and the day I leave I’ll forever be going for that trophy, that FA Cup – and it would be the FA Cup that I would like.” Everton have enjoyed a strong end to the season under Marco Silva, winning five of their last seven games – a run that includes victories over Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Breaking into the top six will certainly be one of Everton’s goals next season and Coleman believes they have a chance, although a top-four finish and a place in the Champions League may be a little out of their reach. “It’s going to be hard to break into that and that’s not me being negative,” the full-back added. “But top four will be tough to get next year. Obviously we’ll be going for it and that has to be the plan for this club – to break into that.”
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