I have to be honest, I didn't think Magaye Gueye had a chance of making the grade here at Everton. But you have to say the last couple of games, especially Sunderland, he has played there are signs that he has plenty of talent and if he knuckles down on his work rate he certainly has a chance of a big future.
Some credit must be given to the arrival of Steven Pienaar.
Maggie said: "I feel great. I'm happy just to play football as much of the time as I can.
"At the beginning when I came here, it was difficult. When you go to another country, there is an adaptation process, but now I feel good. I like the club, and I think if I keep working hard then I can play more times."
"Normally, my position is behind the main strikers," he says. "But it doesn't bother me if I play left or right. As long as I am on the pitch, I am happy to play anywhere.
"It is very good to have Steven Pienaar back at the club. I can learn a lot from him. The competition doesn't bother me. You just have to learn as much as you can every day to be better and better. Having someone like Steven can only help in that respect."
"Everybody talked to me, reassured me.The senior players make me feel comfortable in the team.
"It is important to have those players, players like Johnny Heitinga and Tim Cahill, around you when you are a young player trying to do your best.
"They are good to me, and help me a lot."
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