According to Sean Dyche, the necessary changes at Everton are not as significant as some may believe, relays the Sky Sports.
However, he emphasized that the club’s top priority is to ensure their survival in the Premier League before undergoing any remodeling. With only three matches left in the season, there is only a three-point difference between Nottingham Forest in 16th place and Leeds in second-to-last place.
Everton will aim to hinder another club’s aspirations when they face off against Premier League leaders Manchester City on Sunday, which will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports. Their remaining games will be against Wolves and Bournemouth as they conclude the campaign.
Dyche exclusively told Sky Sports: “You have to be aware of every situation, but we can’t lose sight of the fact that the next game is the most important,”
“Away from that, you do have to have an awareness of the bigger picture. It’s been evident that we believe in what we’re doing.
“We strongly believe we can look after ourselves in the next three games. But, in the background, you’ve got to have that little bit of realism.
“A ‘what if?’ But the changes aren’t as radical as some people might believe. It will go on, but we want to make sure that we’re in the Premier League.