New manager Marco Silva says he will build an exciting and long-term successful Everton club at Goodison Park.
Silva, who worked as head coach for Watford and Hull City for less than nine months, expects to become Evertonâ€™s manager for a long time. He imagines a club in the Premier League that fans would be proud of.
In front of the media, the Portuguese retired footballer said, â€œI have joined here not for one, or two years, but for more. It is a big challenge.â€
The 40-year old highlights the importance of fans rooting for their team as a winning point when the club plays at home in Goodison Park.
â€œFor me, the fans reflect how big the club is. It is a huge club and we need to give them some good feeling,â€ he highlighted.
Silva is determined to create an Everton thatâ€™s built on â€œcommitment, motivation and ambitionâ€.