Everton striker Cenk Tosun has spoken to Turkish website Asist Analiz about his first full season in the Premier League.

The Turkey international signed for the Toffees during the 2018 winter transfer window but has struggled to get games in recent months.

Tosun said despite recent transfer rumours he wants to remain at Everton and fight for a place in Marco Silva’s stating eleven. “I had a good start in my career at England, but I want to do more. I still have a three-year contract with Everton and I’m happy there.

“We couldn’t qualify for European football, but we came so close. Hopefully, next season we will be able to do that. We are happy as a family in Liverpool and I want this to continue.”

The Turkish international played just 1050 minutes of Premier League football for Everton during the last campaign, scoring only three goals.

This has led to speculation he could head back to the Super Lig, with his former club Besiktas reportedly interested in him. The Turkish side were also linked with the player in the last transfer window.

There have also been claims he could return to Germany where he started his career with Eintracht Frankfurt.

However, from his latest comments it seems the forward wants to remain at Goodison Park and he’s gone on record before to say he wants to succeed in in the Premier League.