By 90Min
September 06, 2017

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford says the experience of his Everton teammates will allow him to improve both on and off the pitch. 

The 23-year-old stopper signed for the Toffees in June for a fee that could rise to £30m, and Pickford is happy with the way his career at Everton has gotten underway thanks to the help and advice of his new teammates. 

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“It’s been perfect,” Pickford told evertonfc.com. “I just come in every day and get on with it. It’s a great bunch of lads here and everyone knows what we want to do as a club.

“There’s the likes of Baines and Jags – all experienced pros. They are the type of players I can learn from and get the experience as a young lad. 

"I know I can keep getting better and the type of players I have as my teammates can help me do that, along with the gaffer and the coaching staff.

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“I will learn from them, see what they do on and off the field so I can try to be the best I can be.

Pickford also went on to reveal that one of the main reasons he signed for the Merseyside team was to help them win trophies, saying: “I signed for Everton because I know it’s a club with ambition that wants to win silverware and it’s great to be part of it.”

Everton continue their Premier League season with a visit from slow starters Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.


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