Everton manager Sean Dyche insists it would be wrong to think “everything is solved” following their resounding win over Brighton.
A 5-1 victory, only the club’s second away win in the Premier League this season, lifted the relegation-threatened Toffees out of the bottom three and two points clear of the drop zone.
However, despite the morale-boosting result prompting many pundits to now favour Everton escaping a first top-flight relegation since 1951, Dyche has cautioned against complacency – especially with treble-chasing Manchester City next up at Goodison Park.
“When I walked in here the thing that hit me instantly was a big result, big everything; tough result, low everything. That needed to change in-house,” he told the club’s website.
“The in-house feel here, the environment we work in, and the flow had to get more level and more consistent in our daily work and thinking.
“We’ve spoken to the players and staff about it. It’s important to handle good times in terms of not thinking everything is solved and right and proper.
“When I talk about seeing through the noise, that maybe implies when things aren’t going right but it very much applies to when things are going right as well.”