‘My message is’ – Everton boss Sean Dyche urges players to use the Goodison Park as advantage

Tonight, Everton, who are in the lower half of the league table, will host fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park. Since Sean Dyche’s arrival, Everton has won nine points out of 12 in home games and is eager to snatch points from the visiting north London team.

As relays the IF, Dyche acknowledged that Spurs has a talented team but emphasized Everton’s impressive home form since he took charge. He encouraged his players to utilize the Goodison Park atmosphere to their advantage and play with bravery.

Additionally, Dyche emphasized the invigorating atmosphere at Goodison Park, making it impossible not to feel energized, and urged Everton supporters to cheer on their team.

Dyche wrote in the matchday programme: “We know they have quality players all over the pitch and it’s going to be yet another tough game. With that said, our home form in the past couple of months has been strong and we must retain – as a collective – the feeling that anybody who comes here is in for a tough time.

“My message is to be courageous and use the Goodison atmosphere to our advantage.

“This will be my first experience in the home dugout under the lights here and it’s something I’m really looking forward to.

“It’s impossible not to be energised by the feeling you create.

“It starts with us, as always, but let’s all play our part and keep moving in the right direction.”