Bolasie is unable to train with team-mates at Finch Farm due to health and safety restrictions following the outbreak of coronavirus but is back in England after his loan at Sporting Lisbon ended.
When asked if he had spoken to Ancelotti, Bolasie replied: "No [conversations] as of yet but right now the team are fighting to finish as high as [possible] so that's all that matters."
The winger believes he can force his way back into the fold at Goodison Park and recapture the form that prompted Everton to spend £25m on his services in 2016.
"No reason why I couldn't....I can play everywhere and willing to do anything for the team," he said.
"I believe when I'm on a pitch I'll always make the difference and help the team in anyway they need.
"If I didn't share the same desire [to make it work at Everton] I would not have gone out on loan, I'd happily have stayed in the u23's (people talk about £ but I took [loans] so I can prove myself.
"[I'm] always confident as I know my ability but the rest is out of my hands....played a lot of games this season and also in Europa League with someone who is smashing up the Prem right now [Bruno Fernandes at Sporting Lisbon]."