Kevin Mirallas sees future at Everton despite transfer rumours

Kevin Mirallas insists he is "very happy" to play for Everton despite speculation about his long-term future.

Mirallas, 27, suggested in February that he might leave Goodison Park if the club failed to qualify for the Champions League.

The winger, who has 14 months left on his contract but with the option for a further year, has been repeatedly linked with Tottenham in recent months.

But the Belgium international has played down talk of a move away after scoring his 10th goal of the season in all competitions in Saturday's 1-0 win over Burnley.

He told Everton's official website: "A lot of people talk about my future but I like to play for Everton and I want to finish the season in my best form.

"After that, I'll talk with my partner, my chairman and manager but I am confident here and very happy to play for Everton."

Mirallas joined Everton from Greek side Olympiakos for £5.3 million in August 2012.

Meanwhile, Everton striker Chris Long and midfielder John Lundstram have extended loan deals away from the club until the end of the season.

Long, 20, will continue helping Brentford's attempt to qualify for the Championship playoffs, while Lundstram, 21, will stay on at League One side Scunthorpe.