Yerry Mina has vowed to "give everything" for Everton after the former Barcelona man missed the majority of the Toffee's
After arriving form Barca for a fee of around £30m last summer, a recurrent foot problem restricted Mina to just 15 appearances last campaign.
His anticlimactic inaugural season came after the 25-year-old starred for Colombia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia - and the centre-back has revealed that it was a challenging time in his career.
"Things were very difficult last year. It is easy to be happy when you are in a good moment. It is when the bad times come that it is a little harder," Mina said in an interview with the Daily Mail.
"When you have that frustration and sadness and things are getting you down, it is important to keep that good spirit."
Mina was also keen to express his gratitude for the part that Everton's backroom staff played in his recovery.
Despite this uncertainty, Mina insisted that he is happy at Goodison Park.
Source : 90min