LIVERPOOL, January 26 – Philippe Senderos is confident he can revive his career after moving on loan to Everton from Premier League rivals Arsenal until the end of the season.
The 24-year-old Swiss defender has struggled to break into the title challengers’ first team this season but believes he can nail down a place in an Everton side now on an unbeaten seven match unbeaten league run.
"I am delighted to be an Everton player for the remainder of the season," Senderos told his new club’s website on Monday.
"I can’t wait to get stuck in and play for Everton. Hopefully I can get some first-team football in during my time here.
"I am here with high hopes and hopefully I can fulfil them."
Senderos, who spent last season on loan at AC Milan, for whom he made 15 appearances, said he had been buoyed by a conversation with Everton manager David Moyes.
"I have spoken to David Moyes and he hopes to give me opportunities here," Senderos explained.
"Hopefully I can grab that opportunity and stay in the team.
"Everton’s form over the last few weeks has been better and they are getting stronger."