Ancelotti has high hopes for Everton
Carlo Ancelotti says Everton have an aim to "be at the top" and he believes they "have a possibility" to bring success to Goodison Park.
The Italian moved to Merseyside in December and has already had a big impact on Everton, losing just three of their 11 Premier League matches since taking charge of the Blues.
I think everyone in the club is working to try to be at the top soon.Carlo Ancelotti
Everton officials say they are aiming to win the Premier League title when they move to their new stadium – the plans for which were submitted at the end of 2019.
It's been 25 years since Everton last secured major silverware, with success in the 1995 FA Cup final, but many Toffees' fans believe Ancelotti is the manager that can bring the good days back to Goodison.
The former AC Milan and Real Madrid manager knows the Premier League well from his time in charge of Chelsea, when he complete a league and cup double, and he has high hopes of a successful spell at Everton.
Ancelotti told Sky Sports: "I think everyone in the club is working to try to be at the top soon. Of course, there is a lot of competition here in the Premier League but I think we have a possibility."
The ex-Bayern Munich coach went on to add: "We have a good goal, we are building a new stadium so we know that behind us is fantastic supporters and fans that help us to be motivated. I think soon, we can be competitive."
Former Italy international Ancelotti has won silverware with every club he has managed, including three Champions League titles and four domestic league titles in England, Italy, Germany and France.
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