Dominic Calvert-Lewin has addressed his recent upturn in form and set his sights on further improvement in the future.
The striker has been Everton’s main man since the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti in particular, bagging all of his side’s three goals since the Italian took charge earlier this month. Two of those strikes came on Saturday against Newcastle United to help the Blues to a 2-1 win meaning the 22-year-old has now scored five goals in his last five Premier League appearances and already has his best-ever return in the competition.
Calvert-Lewin has stated that he is fully aware the hard work isn’t over for him yet. Calvert-Lewin is also attracting interest from big clubs like Manchester United.
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