After joining Aston Villa on a season-long loan deal last summer, the Championship side cut short Yannick Bolasie’s temporary stay at Villa Park in January, which is why the winger had to return to his parent club Everton.
The Merseyside club allowed the 29-year-old to join Anderlecht on loan until the end of this campaign.
Since joining the Jupiler Pro League side, the DR Congo international has already scored three times in four matches.
Bolasie, who has contract with the English side until 2021, sat down for an interview with Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad.
During the course of the interview, he was asked if he would like to continue at Anderlecht beyond this season. The attacker said, “No idea, I still have a two-year contract with Everton.”
“But if I’m honest, I see myself as a player for the Premier League. But in the meantime I am learning. My family is having a good time and I enjoy it. That is the most important. I do not know the rest.”
Two days ago, HBVL reported the Toffees sporting director Marcel Brands’ connection with the Belgian club’s new sporting director Frank Arnesen helped the Jupiler Pro League side sign the winger.
In the same report, it was also explained that his hefty wages will be an issue for Anderlecht to make Bolasie’s transfer permanent.