Everton youngster Bassala Sambou is still waiting to make his senior debut at Goodison Park.

Everton youngster Bassala Sambou has told the Liverpool Echo that he loves the way that Marco Silva stops training to give coaching tips.

Silva has overcome a rough patch in mid season to impress during his first season at Everton.

The Portuguese boss has helped a number of the Toffees players improve over the course of the campaign.

And Sambou feels that Silva’s manner on the training ground is really impressive.

“It’s great. Marco Silva is an excellent coach,” Sambou said. “He’ll stop the whole session to make you better.

“That’s what I love about these coaches. They’ll take the time so you know what to do in these situations.

“You really learn to appreciate them much more because they make sure you get it. I really appreciate that.”

Sambou is considered to be one of Everton’s brighter prospects, but whether he will be handed a first-team chance next season remains to be seen.

The 21-year-old has still not made his Everton debut, and is now looking to get more action.

Sambou may have to go out on loan to receive the game time he is hoping for, as Silva already has plenty of promising options to pick from in attack.

Sambou helped Everton’s youngsters win the Premier League 2 title this season, scoring nine times in 21 appearances.

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