Richarlison says he wants to become an Everton legend and a key player for Brazil.
The 23-year-old had been enjoying a productive season with 10 Premier League goals – closing in on his personal best of 13 – before the English top-flight was suspended in March.
Richarlison also has six goals in 19 games for his country, and scored in the 3-1 win over Peru which won Brazil the 2019 Copa America.
“My goals are very clear in my head and they are interconnected,” Richarlison told Everton’s official website.
“Since I arrived, I have always stated that I want to be victorious playing for Everton.
“I want to help take the club back to a prominent position and win trophies with Everton.
“I would love to achieve this goal and be remembered as a great player in the history of the club.
“Regarding individual and long-term goals, my great purpose is to continue to be called up by Brazil and gain more importance in the squad, then have the opportunity to play in a World Cup.
“For that to happen, I need to continue performing well and scoring goals for Everton.”