MIDDLESBROUGH target Yannick Bolasie will continue to give everything he can in training in an attempt to secure a move away from Everton in January.

Bolasie was set to join Boro on transfer-deadline day, only for a proposed season-long loan to collapse in the final hour of the window.

The winger returned to Merseyside, but was promptly left out of Carlo Ancelotti’s 25-man Premier League squad, meaning he will not be involved in any first-team action until the turn of the year at the earliest.

He remains keen to resurrect his career away from Everton in January, with Neil Warnock having confirmed his ongoing interest when he discussed both Bolasie and Kamil Grosicki’s respective positions last week.

Warnock described the duo as “the type that would benefit from coming to us”, and while he might not be playing any competitive football in the next month-and-a-half, Bolasie will be working to ensure he is able to hit the ground running if he secures a January transfer.

“Whenever I’ve been backed into a corner, I’ve always thrived,” said Bolasie. “I believe that whatever happens, I will come out stronger and will show everyone what I can still do. Even if there’s just that one per cent chance of a move, I’m alive and kicking.

“I’m not counting myself out, and I believe that eventually my talent will come out - wherever it’s with and wherever I am. I believe in what I’m doing, and I feel I’m doing myself justice.”