Monaco forward Henry Onyekuru has revealed his desire to return to the Premier League in the future.
The Super Eagles star was snapped up by Everton in 2017 following his eye-catching performances for Belgian First Division A side KAS Eupen, where he scored 28 goals in 57 appearances during his two-year stay.
The forward was, however, immediately loaned to Anderlecht following his failure to secure a work permit which would have enabled him to play in the English top-flight.
The winger spent two years with the Goodison Park outfit without playing for the side as he made do with loan spells.
Besides featuring for Anderlecht, the Aspire Academy graduate also played for Turkish Super Lig club Galatasaray and won the league title with the side.
Last summer the winger teamed up with Monaco permanently but his failure to quickly adapt to Ligue 1 saw him return to the Turk Telekom Stadı in January on a short-term loan deal.
The forward has recently returned to Monaco after reaching the end of his loan deal with the Turkish outfit and stated he is open to returning to the English top-flight.
“The Premier League has always been my dream and I hope to return someday,” Onyekuru told Channels TV.
Source: News update