Everton on Thursday was named Marco Silva as new manager, the Premier League club announced on their website.
The 40-year-old Portuguese coach, replacing Sam Allardyce at Goodison Park, has experience from the Premier League with Watford and Hull City.
Everton had tried to lure him last season before joining Allardyce, which caused Silva's departure from Watford, complaining of an "unjustified attitude of a Premier League rival."
Known as a boss who wants his team to play attractive and attacking soccer, Silva believes that Everton fans will be proud of what they look at next season.
"I am very proud to be the new Everton boss," Silva told Evertontv.
"I'm excited and I'm really pleased to take this big challenge for us as a club and for me as a manager."  "I know Evert's great story as a club and what the fans expect. I'm sure everyone working together will be ready for this challenge. "
While the city rivals Liverpool had one of their best seasons in the last memory, grabbing the Champions League final and finishing fourth to secure a place in the next season's race, Everton finished five points behind Burnley in seventh and missed a Europa League Location.
With the support of Everton's Irish billionaire Farhad Moshiri, Silva said he is ready to meet fans expectations for a much more successful season in 2018-2019.
"We have a lot of work to do in this next month and it is important to prepare everything correctly, "he said.
" But it will be even more important work to do from the start of the season to the first Premier League match next season.
"I know what our fans expect – they expect results but not just results. I want our fans to be proud when they see our team on the plan."
"I want them to feel we are Engaged that we work hard and enjoy our football because it is important too.
"We want to establish a good relationship between the squad and the fans, and I'm sure that with our attitude and commitment commitment, our game style looks like I think."
"Everton is a really ambitious club and that's what I want. What we see now is good changes in the club.
"But one thing we can not change and nobody wants to change is Club's great story and ambition."
Everton tried to attract Marco Silva last season