Aiden McGeady has admitted that he wishes to leave Everton permanently during the summer.
After failing to gain regular first team opportunities with the Toffees, the 31-year-old joined Preston North End last summer and has impressed so much so that he won the Sir Tom Finney Player of the Year Award.
McGeady has said that this season has been one of the best of his career and that he wishes to remain with the club for next year.
The winger said, “Here I have played, I have enjoyed it, it has been great for me and I would like to come back. It has been the best thing that has happened to me in the last few years.”
After joining Everton from Russian club Spartak Moscow in 2014, McGeady went on to make 43 appearances for the club, notching one goal.
He will likely be sold during the summer as it is unlikely that he will be part of Ronald Koeman’s future aspirations at Goodison Park.