JOSE BAXTER says he would have no problem with going out on loan next season.
The 19-year-old has found first team opportunities hard to come by but flourished in the reserve team last season where he was named their player of the year.
Baxter, an Academy graduate, featured in the senior side’s FA Cup tie with Reading at Goodison Park and in the Premier League defeat at Bolton Wanderers but was otherwise restricted to watching games from the bench.
The Liverpool-born player has revealed his love of playing for David Moyes’ team and hopes to earn greater opportunities in the new campaign.
But Baxter says if going out on loan to aid his development is what is required then he will make the move.
“Every time you get out on the pitch is a dream come true and I really enjoyed it when I got the chance to come on last season,” said Baxter.
“Hopefully I will get some more chances to do so next season. If not then maybe I will go out on loan and develop my game there.
“I have learnt loads this season. Every single day in training and every single game you play you are always picking things up and developing your game.
“It has not been a season like we expected in terms of the results – we probably expected to do better – but it has been a season for young lads to get a game and improve and that is what the club wants and what the players want.”