Sandro Ramirez does not want to return to Everton next season.
The Spanish flop was loaned to Sevilla after just one goal in 15 games for the Toffees.
And after playing just two games back in his homeland – including a 5-1 defeat – he has already made up his mind abut the future.
Ramirez, 22, said: “I’ve been here two weeks and I want to continue next season at Sevilla. I’m really where I want to be.”
Toffees chief Sam Allardyce still believes he can revive the Spain Under-21 star’s Everton career.
And Big Sam is also hopeful about bringing fellow struggler Davy Klassen, 24, back from the cold.
Speaking at Everton’s warm-weather camp in Dubai, he said: “There’s more players from abroad that don’t work in their first season.
“They fail more than they succeed, that’s across the board and at every club.
“It’s season two that really counts. The new season everyone starts fresh and everyone has a new chance to impress.”
On the trip to the Middle East, Allardyce added: “The players will understand each other better and I think talking amongst each other is a value that is not emphasised as much as it should be.
“Understanding each other as people, not just as footballers, to get that relationship. Everyone respects each other and we all try to move forward together.
“There have been a lot of changes this season, not just myself and the backroom staff, but players as well. So hopefully we will see the benefits when we do get home.”