Coleman is convinced Everton will win a trophy soon but admits that he faces a race against time not to end his own Blues career empty-handed.
He told World Soccer magazine: “To be honest, if I get to the end of my career and I haven't won a trophy with Everton, I will feel like I've not achieved what I wanted to do.
“When I went to Everton, the first aim was to break into the first team and I had little goals along the way, but then you really fall for the club and understand what the club means, you want to be part of that history of winning.
“You see the videos and images of Everton players lifting trophies in the 1980s and you understand how big the football club is."
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