Mirallas has been linked with a move away from the club, with Tottenham reportedly interested, but after his goal against Manchester United, he's suggested he is happy at Goodison Park.
The Belgian reportedly has just a year left on his contract and midway through the season there was speculation suggesting that he was looking for a challenge away from Goodison Park, with Tottenham, according to the Telegraph, one of the sides linked with a move for him, with Mirallas said to have been after Champions League football.
Now, according to the Echo's report, it seems that Mirallas is happy on Merseyside.
He said: "There was a lot of paper talk about my future last week but I am very happy here and I see next season the same shirt I think."
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Mirallas has found the net on 11 occasions in all competitions this season and Roberto Martinez will not want to lose such a goal threat as he looks to improve on the side's disappointing Premier League campaign, which has shown signs of revival over the last couple of months – peaking in Sunday’s 3-0 victory over Manchester United.
So his quotes will be a boost for the Toffees boss and Everton fans, but what they will want to see now is him agree to a new deal, committing his immediate and long-term future to the club.
Not only has he found the net on a regular basis during this season, but ever since his arrival at the club under David Moyes, his pace and technique have caused problems for opponents, and he has always been a threat - though some would level the accusation at him that he can be a bit 'ball greedy'.
It does seem Mirallas is a vital part of the Everton side, and keeping hold of him for next season can only be good news.