Brazilian forward, Richarlison de Andrade, has been talking about his ambitions as Everton player following his £50m switch from Watford, and he believes that working with Marco Silva – his former coach at the Vicarage Road, can facilitate the accomplishment of his new dreams.
He is also desirous to earn a call-up to Brazil national team in due course during his Everton career.
“I want to have a lot of success with Everton. I think it is going to be important for me here to be with Marco Silva again. I will learn more because I am still learning as a player and I aim to develop and grow here,” Richarlison told EvertonTV
“Everton have put their faith in me and I intend to honour this shirt and demonstrate on the pitch why I came here. I’ve known the manager for a while obviously, so I know how he works.
“I developed really well with him while he was with me at Watford. It was really good working with him and one day I believe he can help me to be selected for Brazil in the full national team.
“But that is for the future and my present is here with Everton. I want my dreams to become a reality here at one of the biggest clubs in England.”