In an interview with the Liverpool Echo, Kevin Mirallas said he will make a decision on his future in the summer, with 18 months left on his deal at Goodison Park.
Everton winger Kevin Mirallas has said he will make a decision on his future at the end of the season in an interview with the Liverpool Echo.
Mirallas showed his qualities during the FA Cup defeat to West Ham United on Tuesday night as he scored one and set up countryman Romelu Lukaku in a game that finished 2-2 after extra time.
The 27-year-old currently has 18 months left on his current deal at Goodison Park. If he were to leave the club, the chances are the club will want that to happen in the summer so he doesn't leave on a bosman, but the likelihood is the Toffees will want him to commit to a new deal.
The Belgian told the newspaper: “I don’t feel any problem with my situation. I’ve spoken very well with the manager and the chairman, and there is no problem.
“The best thing, for me and for the team, is that I finish the season well. Then after that I will go away on holiday, and when I come back we will talk about my situation.
“But like I say, the most important thing in the meantime is to play well for the team.”
Mirallas has been pretty impressive ever since arriving at Goodison Park in 2012. This season he has managed to find the net eight times in 19 games in all competitions but has had his fair share of injuries this season. In total he has scored 25 goals from 89 appearances.
When Mirallas is in form he is one of the winger's in the league that is very hard to stop, just ask West Ham from Tuesday night. He has no fear when it comes to taking on his opponent and has a good eye for the goal and seems to have a positive effect on Roberto Martinez's side.
Evertonians will be hoping he commits to a new deal in the near future and put aside any uncertainty.