The Tottenham Hotspur wide-man has been looking ahead to his last home appearance for loan club Everton.
The 28-year-old arrived at Goodison Park from Tottenham Hotspur in January, and in the interim he has featured 12 times for Roberto Martinez’s side, scoring two goals and providing one assist to date.
Along with his headline statistics, Lennon has also put in a number of brilliant performances, his work ethic clear for all to see with his performance in the 3-0 victory against Manchester United a standout moment.
Lennon has previously turned out 364 times for Tottenham and he looks to be heading back there this summer, where his long-term future will then be decided.
But whatever the next few months bring, for now Lennon has his sights on a good end to his spell at Everton.
Speaking ahead of his final chance to play at Goodison Park this season when Everton take on Sunderland, Lennon said, “It would be great to sign off at Goodison with a goal. I would love to score there. I’ll be trying hard to get a couple at the weekend.”
With Tottenham coming to town on the final day, Lennon only has two more matches in an Everton shirt as he will be ineligible to play against his parent club. But whatever is next for him, he has clearly had a blast on Merseyside.
“I have enjoyed every moment here,” the Spurs winger said. “I have tried to give 100 per cent in every game, whether it be going forward or going back defending, and have just tried to help the lads.”
He has certainly done that, and it will be interesting to see who he is turning out for next season, with Everton surely keen to bring him back if at all possible.