Everton have confirmed Marco Silva as their new manager on a three-year deal.
The 40-year-old former Hull and Watford boss replaces Sam Allardyce, who was sacked at the end of the season after six months in charge at Goodison Park.
Silva insists he wants the Toffees faithful to be 'proud' of their team, not only for results but for the way they go about getting them.
Allardyce came in for plenty criticism towards the end of the season for his style of play.
"I know what our fans expect – they expect results but not only results," Silva said.
"I want our fans to be proud when they see our team on the pitch."
Everton finished eighth under Allardyce, who had replaced Ronald Koeman in November.
Everton's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri described Silva as a "young, dynamic, energetic and very modern manager".
Silva will be joined by long-term assistant manager Joao Pedro, plus goalkeeping coach Hugo Olivera, technical scout Antonis Lemonakis and fitness coach Pedro Conceicao.
Former Toffees striker Duncan Ferguson will continue as part of the coaching team under the new boss.
Silva was sacked by Watford in January, after the Vicarage Road outfit became frustrated at Everton's approach for the Portuguese in November.
The new boss insists the club has strong ambitions.
"Everton is a really ambitious club and that is what I want. What we are seeing now are good changes at the club. The club is changing its approach," Silva added.
"But one thing we cannot change and nobody wants to change is the huge history and ambition of the club.
"Everybody knows Everton's history. When you are a club like Everton, you only have one solution – to aim to win."
Everton are 1/3 to finish in the top half of the Premier League next season, while Watford are 5/1.
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