Everton defender Tyias Browning has reportedly decided that he would like to spend another season on loan.
Browning made his Everton debut back in September 2014, but nearly four years on since featuring against Liverpool, the academy graduate has made just nine first-team appearances.
Now 24 years of age, Browning has spent three spells out on loan, with his most recent temporary exit being spent at Sunderland where he made 27 outings in the Championship.
Browning is taking part in pre-season training with the Toffees, but according to the Liverpool Echo, the player is anticipating another loan move before the end of the transfer window.
Clubs in the Championship and League One are likely to show an interest in the former England Under-20 international.