England midfielder Ross Barkley says he wants to keep playing games for Everton
is looking to continue his run of games for Everton and says it will help him to keep getting better.
The England midfielder has been a regular in Roberto Martinez's side this campaign, scoring in their opening day draw at Norwich City.
His performances have also earned him his senior debut for the Three Lions after he came on against Moldova at Wembley
And ahead of the Toffees' League Cup encounter against Fulham on Tuesday night, he's aiming for more time on the pitch to impress.
"I'm young, I feel like playing every game and, for me, the more games the better," said the 19-year-old.
"It's been a good start to the season but I'm hoping to get better as it goes on."
Barkley, who grabbed a goal in the Under-21s 6-0 win over Scotland in August
, also praised his club and country team mate Leighton Baines after he scored a brace in a 3-2 victory over West Ham United
"You've seen out there what he [Baines] can do. We see it in training, he's a quality player and they're the standards he sets all the time," Barkley told Everton's website.
"It's a bonus to have players who can create something out of nothing.
"It's difficult for me to get a look in on free kicks. But there was no stopping Bainesy on the day.
"I'm direct and I like to run at players so if I get brought down and Bainesy sticks them in the top corner we'll all take that."
Barkley will be looking to keep his place in Roy Hodgson's squad for England's crucial World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and Poland at Wembley next month.
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