Kevin Mirallas has revealed that he wants to return to Greece at some point in the future, having promised it when he left Olympiacos in 2012.
The Belgian international has been a big hit since joining Everton almost two years ago, establishing himself in the first team for both club and country.
Mirallas was equally popular in his time at Olympiacos where he spent two seasons at the Greek champions. In that time, he won the Greek Superleague in both campaigns and was the league’s top scorer in the second with 20 goals.
When asked about a potential return to Piraeus, Mirallas responded positively, stating that he would very much like the idea of going back. “Yes, why not? Like I’ve said before, at some point I will go back to the club to play.
“He also went on to say that he could not put a date on his return to Greece but was adamant that it would transpire.
When that will happen I am not sure. I am sure though that it will happen because I want to, a lot,” he told Greece’s Real News.
The 26-year old has a contract with Everton until 2016 and has scored five goals in the current Premier League season.