Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has praised the progress of Dominic Calvert-Lewin over the past few months with the club. The 22-year-old has become the Toffees’ undisputed choice to lead the line during the backend of the season and he has recently been influential in the club’s upturn in league form.
Calvert-Lewin has not been scoring regularly for the Merseyside outfit this term but he has been impressive with his movement and holding attributes playing as the lone marksman. In the recent league clash against Manchester United, the young Englishman produced another top performance upfront on his own and he made his mark with an assist during a comfortable 4-0 triumph for the club.
The Toffees are currently one point behind the seventh position on the table and manager Marco Silva will be hoping that the club can continue the good run of form to finish as the best of the rest. At present, the seventh spot does not offer a route to the Europa League, but that could change, should Manchester City get the better of Watford during next month’s FA Cup final. Coincidentally, the Hornets are presently occupying the position with 50 points on the board.