Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin believes it won’t be long before the Blues are challenging for a place in the top five of the Premier League.
The Blues are currently in 7th, just six points behind an Arsenal side in freefall in 5th, and Schneiderlin says that although it will be tough he hopes the club will be up there in the near future.
He said that he believes in Everton pushing forward, and that Ronald Koeman will be signing several players in the summer to try and push for a Champions League spot.
“I signed here because I believe in the project. I have the belief this club will push forward,” he said.
“Top five this season is going to be hard. This club needs to take time and not get carried away too much because we have had some good results, but keep improving every day and then in the near future we can challenge for the top five.
“Next year the manager will bring in some more players to improve the team and hopefully we can push to that top five in the Premier League.
“I am sure the club dreams of a Champions League place and maybe in a few years’ time we can (give) that to them.”
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