Everton have seemingly been handed a boost in their efforts to sign Roma forward Patrik Schick.
During his ongoing loan spell at RB Leipzig, Schick has contributed seven goals and two assists from 18 outings in the Bundesliga and Champions League.
The return of the 24-year-old has reportedly led to interest from the Toffees, who may be keen on boosting their options in the final third later in 2020.
Having turned down a move to the Merseyside outfit last year, Schick has now revealed that he wants to play in the Premier League.
Speaking to iSport.cz, Schick said: "When I left the Czech Republic, my dream was to play in Italy and I achieved that. Now, I feel very attracted to England, to be honest.
"Leipzig was absolutely the right choice for my career. I had also talked to Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke here in Germany.
"In England, there were Everton and Crystal Palace, plus Valencia in Spain. I just felt that Leipzig wanted me more, and I was also attracted to the playing style of coach Julian Nagelsmann. I am sure that I made the right choice."
Schick has a contract at Roma until 2022.