Morgan Schneiderlin has opened up about his season at Everton admitting that he just wants to make a difference and that he sees it as a fresh start under new boss Sam Allardyce.
In an interview with Sky Sports, the midfielder spoke about wanting to impress his new manager as well as the allegations from earlier in the season that he was sent home from training.
“I want to prove (myself) in every game,” admitted Schneiderlin.
“I haven’t had the chance to play the last two games but it is going to be up to me to show what I can do and that I can make a difference for the team.”
The midfielder was then asked about the accusation that himself and Kevin Mirallas were sent away from training by David Unsworth in November for a lack of effort.
Schneiderlin had previously denied the story but this time added that the story “surprised” him and that he didn’t find it a “very nice” experience.
He then went on to say that he didn’t really want to talk about it anymore, instead he just wanted to “turn the page” and move on.
The midfielder has made 18 appearances for the Toffees this season, and failed to score or provide an assist in his outings.
Schneiderlin played in the Toffees last Europa League game of the season against Apollon Limassol, with his team finishing on a high with a 3-0 win.
Fan were not impressed with how he played though and made their feelings clear on Twitter after the game.
Schneiderlin has been at the club since January 2017 after making the move from Manchester United, with him contracted to the club until 2021.