Before moving to the loan, Kenny had to settle for a separate role with Everton, managing 40 appearances since his debut in May 2016.
But it has also been suggested that the Academy’s graduate could return to Goodison Park next season and join the Carlo Ancelotti squad himself.
But Kenny has made it clear that he wants to continue playing regularly and doesn’t want to sit on the bench.
“No, nothing is coming from Everton yet,” he told 90min.com.
“I can only speak for myself and how I felt, but I played several times for Everton, I think it was about thirty times and I loved it.
“I had a time when I wasn’t playing, and I want to play week after week – I’m not happy to be sitting on the bench.
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“When Schalke came to lend, to give me the opportunity to go play, the idea that if I play well I will stay on the team, that’s all I wanted.
“This is all I could really ask of any manager, and it was the right thing at this point in my career. “