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The 30-year-old USA international helped the Toffees regain top form in January, when he became the first of a string of new recruits who eventually propelled David Moyes’ side back up the Premier League table after a difficult start.
It was the second time the LA Galaxy forward made the short-term move to Merseyside, and cemented his popularity with the Goodison Park faithful.
Donovan is confident he will be back in some capacity in the future, and hopes he will pull on a blue shirt again.
He said: “I would absolutely like to come back. There’s no question about that. And I know I will be back at some point. Now, whether I’m back as a player or just as a fan, who knows?
“Right now, my focus is obviously is on this season and qualifying for the World Cup. It’s a big, really important year, and then we’ll see what happens.
“I’ve always said the same thing: I’ll see how my body feels, I’ll see how I feel mentally, I’ll see where the Galaxy are at and what they’re OK or not OK with and then we’ll make a decision.
“Obviously a big part of it too is whether David Moyes wants me. There is a lot of factors that go into it.”
What’s it done for my confidence is, it’s reiterated that, to me, I can play not one game, not two games, not three games at that level, not a World Cup tournament at that level, but that I can consistently play at that level over eight, 10, 12 games,” he said.
“And, being there I have so much respect now for guys that play 30, 35, 40 games in a season and are consistently good because it’s so demanding physically and mentally.
“It’s really draining and it’s very demanding. Guys that are able to do that have all my respect.”
Donovan, who is the USA national team’s all-time leading scorer, said he made a lasting emotional attachment with Merseyside during both loans.
He said: “What do I miss about Merseyside? I miss the people. I miss the people a lot. I miss driving to Goodison Park.
“I miss just the positive energy of the fans walking into the stadium and how much they care about that club and the team.
“And I miss the players a lot. The players are really what made it easiest for me when I first went. I’ll be forever indebted because with a lot of teams’ guys there would be jealousy, they wouldn’t be welcoming, and they would do everything they can to not allow to get on the field in that couple of months. And, it was the opposite when I first got there (Everton) and I will always remember that.”
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