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Everton boss Dyche: We’re now getting rewards for sticking at it

Prior to hosting Brighton on Saturday, Everton manager Sean Dyche acknowledges that there is a positive vibe among the team.

The Blues meet Brighton fresh from wins in the Cup and League this past week.

“We believe that the home mentality is expanding, so we want to add to it,” Dyche said.

The results did not match the performances in the early part of the season. However, we already know the result, as demonstrated by our performance last night [in the EFL Cup against Burnley].

“We are reaping the benefits of perseverance—sticking to our convictions and the work that the team is producing.

“We are not relying solely on our strikers to score goals; we are getting goals from other positions as well. Our chance count is slightly lower than it was, but the finishing is getting better.

“What matters most is the mentality’s consistency, whether the team wins or loses. When I first arrived, I noticed that this mentality was extremely high when the team or club won and drastically low when they lost.

“I told the team that we needed to take a more objective look at things and truly stick to our guns regarding our performance goals, both as a team and as individuals. We are still working toward that, but for now it is working.

“I always said, ‘Respect and admire the past, but build a future.’ The best teams that have come through here have been football teams that can play the game well and have an edge to their performances.”

Dyche added of Brighton, “They are a very good side and they are demonstrating that.”

“I think we did that very well against them away last season [Everton won 5-1], and we are going to have to do that again. You have to be tactically sound, but you also have to impress yourself upon the game.

“Teams who have done well against them have delivered good tactical performances.

“We want to take advantage of the positive vibes that are currently present at Goodison and our team.”

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