A few weeks ago it looked as if Everton could have been doomed for the Championship as they dropped into the relation zone, however, after wins against Chelsea and Leicester City and a draw on Wednesday they now find themselves two points above the drop zone.
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The Toffees picked up those back to back wins against teams who are usually at the top end of the Premier League table in Chelsea and Leicester so didn’t see much of the ball, whereas last night, against Watford they enjoyed more possession and had five shots on target, but failed to make the breakthrough.
This is the area that Myers believes has to be improved going into next season as the Toffees don’t score enough goals.
“The games we’ve won the Manchester United game, the Chelsea game, the Leicester game, they’ve all been by one goal we’re never going to go and start doing people three and four-nil it just hasn’t happened this season.
“I just don’t feel as if we’re doing that and this is where things need to change in the summer if everything goes well.”
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It’s obvious to see that Everton will need to freshen up their attacking options in the summer having scored just 37 goals all season, the fifth-lowest in the Premier League, as well as reports emerging that they could be about to lose Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
This is because Luke Edwards has reported that Newcastle United, who are now mathematically safe from relegation, are lining up a big for the England international and after an injury-hit campaign Everton could be tempted into selling, especially if it means they could reinvest a chunk of money back into the squad.