Everton signed Joshua King during the recent January transfer window.

The Norwegian striker joined the club from AFC Bournemouth for a unknown fee and is yet to make a start.

Under Carlo Ancelotti, King has made just 11 appearances with all of them coming from the bench.

In a recent interview with Norwegian news outlet TV2, King spoke about uncertainty over his future at the club.

The 29-year-olds contract runs out at the end of this season and he is yet to agree on an extension.

“I’m free for the summer, so I have several options, but I have to think carefully about what I actually choose to go to.”

Joshua King speaking to TV2

King is a proven finisher in the Premier League during his time with Bournemouth.

During his time with the south coast club, he managed 48 goals in the league, including a career-best of 16 in one season.

Unluckily for King, an injury and a lack of form have seen him stay down in the pecking order.

The fine form of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison is likely another contributing factor to his lack of game time.

Whether King leaves at the end of the season is yet to be seen, but it would be a shame not to see the full package.

It is unlikely we will see him get a proper run of games for the club given the season so close to an end.

There is no denying King’s ability, and it would be a shame to not see him get a chance for the Toffees.