Everton starlet targets extended first team run after impressive full debut against Swansea

first_img Tyias Browning 1 Everton starlet Tyias Browning wants to keep his place in the side after impressing against Swansea City at the weekend.The 21-year-old defender was drafted in by Roberto Martinez to cover for injured right-back Seamus Coleman and he did a fine job contributing to his side’s clean sheet against a talented Swans side.A trip to Reading in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday is next on the agenda, and Browning hopes he’s done enough to earn another start.“I thought I did okay,” he said after the goalless draw. “Hopefully, I’ve done enough to get a start in the next game.“There were bits I can work on but I’m quite happy with my performance.“I only found out I was going to play in the meeting before the game and I was happy to be selected.“I did have an idea that I might be starting. It was always in the back of my mind, but the manager could have put someone else at right-back.”last_img read more