Nathan Broadhead is setting his sights on scoring goals at Goodison Park after signing a new two-year contract, keeping the forward with Everton until the end of June 2023.
Welshman Broadhead made his Premier League debut as a substitute in a draw at Brighton & Hove Albion in April.
That senior recognition was reward for an explosive second half of the campaign when Broadhead scored 11 goals in as many games for Everton Under-23s.
He was named in nine First-Team matchday squads from 1 March and finished the season by joining a preliminary Wales training camp ahead of the ongoing European Championship.
Broadhead, who joined the Club aged 10, made his first Everton appearance when he came off the bench in a Europa League game at Apollon Limassol in December 2017.
“The new contract means a lot to me, I have been here since I was 10 and moving through the age groups has been an unbelievable experience – and, hopefully, there are many more of those experiences to come,” Broadhead told evertontv.
"I want to play for Everton.
“The main goals for me are to play at Goodison Park and to score goals at Goodison Park.
“I have trained with the First Team, all the lads are good and I enjoy it.
“I look at the movements of the strikers, Richarlison and Dom [Calvert-Lewin], and try to learn from them every day.
“I wanted to get more time on the pitch [for the Brighton game] and I enjoyed that opportunity.
“That is all you want: to be around the First Team and, hopefully, getting into the team.”
Broadhead, Everton Under-23 Player of the Season in the Double-winning 2018/19 campaign, was hampered by injury at the outset of last term.
After feeling his way back into action there was a change of position, Broadhead moved from the wing to a central striking position by manager David Unsworth.
The player responded with one goal and two assists in a win at Leicester City to usher in that goal-a-game finish to the season.
“I was injured at the beginning of the season and knew I needed to work hard and build myself up,” said Broadhead.
“I changed my position to striker, which gave me more opportunities in front of goal.
“It was [an important period in my career] but I didn’t think about it too much.
“You don’t want to put too much pressure on yourself. I live day by day, work hard and see what happens.
“I can play anywhere across the front but playing as a striker could be the next step in my career.”