Delph joins Everton
Fabian Delph spent the best part of four years at Manchester City.
Delph left Aston Villa in the summer of 2015 to join up with the Citizens.
The Englishman subsequently went on to rack up 89 appearances across all competitions for the Sky Blues, in which he scored five and assisted three.
However, after four successful years in Manchester, Everton recently completed the signing of Delph on a three-year deal.
Everton sign Fabian Delph on a three-year deal from Manchester City.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) July 15, 2019
During his stint with Man City, Delph managed to help the club to earn a plethora of trophies.
In total, Delph would win seven trophies in his four years with City.
Those trophies were two league titles, one FA Cup, three League Cups and a Community Shield.
Now, after being so successful at City, Delph is looking to share some of that winning mentality with Everton.
The Toffees have not won a piece of silverware since 1995, when they lifted the FA Cup.
Despite this, Delph claims that his main goal with Everton is to be successful and win something:
“I’ve been fortunate enough to be in a squad full of winning mentality.
“I’m not going to change coming here. The main goal is to be successful and win something.
“I’m aware the club hasn’t won something in a long time. That’s top of my list to hopefully try and push the lads and them to push me and win something.
“[The winning mentality] probably comes easier to me because I’m one of the older players. You don’t have to be the best player in the team to influence people, to drive and to set standards high with good habits.
“The winning mentality is massive. Everyone needs to be on it and have that mentality in training. There’s no egos here. A great work ethic and the staff are fantastic.” As quoted by Sky Sports News.