Talented Everton winger Nathan Broadhead has been discussing his plans for the future after an impressive start to life out on loan.
The 21-year-old scored twice on his first start for Burton Albion since joining the League One club on loan earlier this summer. His goals proved crucial as the Brewers defeated Gillingham 2-1.
Speaking to the Derby Telegraph, the Welsh under-21 international stated his hope that this loan deal could see him fulfill his ‘dream’ of making it at Everton.
“That’s what I’ve always wanted to do since I was young. That’s my dream, to play at Goodison Park.
“I played there last season in the SportPesa Cup, in a friendly, I played in that and scored there.
“Marco Silva, he’s a very good manager. I enjoy working under him and I think he gets the best out of me.
“Everyone has to believe in themselves. If they’re a first-team player, even if you’re an academy player, you just have to believe in yourself and hopefully, you can get a chance.”
For many, at 21, it would already seem that Broadhead should be in the Everton first-team picture if he is to have a long-term future at the club.
However, the winger was handed a new contract prior to his move and Everton are clearly ready to keep an eye on the attacker going forward.
If he can continue on the path he has started so far at the Pirelli Stadium, there is no doubt Everton might have a future star on their hands.