Ben Godfrey says “it is an honour” to join Everton, having completed his switch to Goodison Park from Norwich.
The 22-year-old – who made 30 appearances in the Premier League last season – has moved for a reported £25million, which could rise to £30million, and has signed a five-year deal with the Toffees.
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Godfrey joins Everton with the club top of the Premier League after a stunning start to the season, and the England U21 international is “ready and raring to go”.
“I am most looking forward to being part of a massive club,” Godfrey told evertontv.
“I have been on an upwards journey and now I have taken the step of making the move to Everton.
“It is great and it is an honour.
“You want to be part of a huge club like Everton. It is a club full of history. It has world-class players, some young players.
“I have senior players who will help me kick on to the next level. I am looking forward to working with them and, hopefully, having a successful time at this club.
“Success for me is trophies and winning games, I like to win.
“My next target is to break into Everton’s First Team and be a regular player. I am absolutely ready and raring to go.
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“I have the international break but I will come back in two weeks and it is time for work.”