Everton midfielder Amadou Onana has spoken about his future with the Premier League club.
Onana, who only signed for the Toffees at the start of last season, was also linked with a move away this past summer.
While he does want to play for a top club in the future, Onana did not suggest any move was imminent.
Speaking in an interview with Transfermarkt, he said: “I am truly convinced that there are no upper limits for me.
That doesn’t mean to sound arrogant.
But I believe in my abilities and that I can come to a top club and become a regular player there.
“Clubs came knocking, but I wanted to stay to develop further and become a top player at Everton, perhaps the best.
“I try to read almost nothing about it and keep it as far away from me as possible.
I just want to concentrate on what’s important.
Everton star Amadou Onana has offered a fresh update on his future at Goodison Park as he continues to be linked with a move to Arsenal and Chelsea.
Manchester United and Liverpool are also among the clubs said to be monitoring the 22-year-old’s situation at Everton.
The Belgian midfielder is capable of playing in a defensive, box-to-box or attacking role and he has impressed during his time with the Toffees.
Onana’s current deal is not set to expire until 2027 – but Everton face the risk of being punished for breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations – which could see them need to sell their star players to avoid a points deduction
Despite top clubs keeping tabs on Onana, the 22-year-old has set his sights on becoming the best player in Sean Dyche’s squad instead.
“I am truly convinced that there are no upper limits for me,” the Everton midfielder told Transfermarkt..