Marco Silva has been speaking to David Prentice of the Liverpool Echo, and discussed his desire to achieve “Important Things” with his Everton side.

“For me it is a fantastic challenge, not just for me and for my technical staff, but for us as a club.

“It’s a different step for our club, what we want to do not just now but for our future. It’s thinking big, but we have to go step by step. We have to create and to build our club, to achieve something important.”

“I was clear with Marcel (Brands), with our board, with our owners and with our chairman, that to sign somebody we have to be clear that they are coming here to improve us – and for the positions that we really need.

“We cannot sign 11 players. It is not our way and it doesn’t make sense in my opinion to come in and try and change everything in one month or two months. We have to go step by step.”

“Of course you are always aware, you are always analysing. Of course I won’t tell you, but if you asked me what is my idea for the next three months or the next 10 months, I know more or less. But now is not the time to talk about that situation.

“In the next market, if we have the chance or the possibility to improve again, we are open to that and we will be clear again in our targets because that is my way to work.”

Source : Liverpool Echo