Everton goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford has signed a two-year contract extension at Everton that will keep him till 2024.
Pickford, who joined Everton from Sunderland in a deal worth £30m with add-ons last summer, enjoyed a good debut season despite the club’s inconsistent form.
Already working alongside his third manager at Goodison Park in Marco Silva, Pickford has been the No.1 under both Ronald Koeman and Sam Allardyce, making 38 Premier League appearances last season.
“When I made the move last year I thought Everton would be a great club to come to and the right step in my career,” he told the club’s website.
“Getting the opportunity to become England’s No. 1 was down to being at Everton, I believe, and being able to put in solid performances week in and week out.
“Coming to Everton, a massive club with a massive history and seeing how passionate and determined the fans are, it’s inspired me to perform week in and week out and it’s moved my career on, without question.
“I want to play as many games as I can for the Club, that’s my goal now. Hopefully, I can continue to progress, become a better goalkeeper each and every day and keep that England No. 1 shirt as well. That’s another aim.
“This is a great club for me and, hopefully, we can get the success for the fans to earn the right to be a legend at Everton one day, each and every one of us,” he said.