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Everton's Enner Valencia hoping to make impact on loan from West Ham

On-loan striker Enner Valencia hopes the busy festive programme will give him a chance to kick-start his Everton career.

Valencia, 27, has been restricted to just 48 minutes over five Premier League appearances since joining on loan from West Ham in the summer.

The Ecuador international's only start saw him play 90 minutes in the EFL Cup defeat at home to Championship side Norwich.

Despite Everton scoring only six goals in their last eight Premier League matches, Valencia appears to be nowhere near the starting lineup.

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Enner Valencia joined Everton on loan from West Ham in the summer.

However, he hopes that will change in the next month when matches come thick and fast.

"Hopefully I can play more games in this busy time over Christmas,'' he told Everton's official website. "I really want to be a part of the team and hopefully there will be a lot of rotation with players coming in and out.

"It is always the same when you go to a new club: you have to learn how they want you to operate. It has been different to what I have done previously.

"But when you start to understand what the manager wants from you then it becomes easier and that is how it is going at the moment.''

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