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Jackson Aiming for Success After Injury

England and Everton defender Sean Jackson ‘can’t wait’ for the season to start after signing for the Merseyside club over the summer.

The former Manchester City man, made the switch to Everton following the World Cup in Turkey and is eager to get started.

Jackson said: “I’m really excited.

“The squad we have now is full of England players, and the coaches are keen for us to do well, and I can’t wait to get started.”

Jackson will be hopeful for an injury free season after his playing time in the World Cup was cut short due to an ankle ligament damage.

Over the break, Sean spent time rehabilitating a ruptured ankle ligament, but after seven weeks, he was back fit and ready to compete again.

With the first round of fixtures set to take place on the 18th February after delays due to bad weather, Jackson has set his goals for the upcoming campaign.

He is hopeful his move to the Toffees can help with those aspirations.

“I’d love to win everything.

“For me, it is to win as much as we can and definitely try and secure a place in the Champions League for 2024,” he said.

The 22-year-old has had previous experience in the European competition before, having played at the 2022 tournament in Krakow for former club Manchester City.

Jackson will join up with his Everton counterpart Rhyce Ramsden this

weekend, as the national team return to action.

Training for Everton is free and takes place on Wednesdays from 6pm-7pm at Archbishop Beck High School, L9 7BF

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