Louis Saha insists his ambition to succeed at Everton is stronger than ever.
The Frenchman, who made a scoring return from injury after four months on the sidelines in the Toffees' friendly win over Birmingham at the weekend, is focusing on stepping up his preparation for what he hopes is a successful season for the Club.
Saha, who has now been at Everton for three seasons, believes his teammates are also in the right mindset to achieve tangible results this term.
He told evertontv: "Ambition is the main thing; we all want to win things and improve. A trophy is what we are looking for.
"We want to have a good run in the FA cup and Europe is a target as well. There is a desire here and all the players share that."
On a more personal note, Saha was pleased to have capped his 30 minute run-out with a goal - even if Birmingham keeper Boaz Myhill might have done better.
He is now keen on establishing himself as a regular starter amid competition from Everton's other forwards after returning from an ankle injury that required surgery.
"It was really good to be back," smiled the 32-year-old. "I am like a kid when I get back out on the pitch. I enjoy everything about playing, the banter, the fans. The older you get, the more you realise that.
"I was just glad it went in. It is good to have competition. We are looking to push ourselves and if someone is doing well there are others looking to win that place."
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