Seamus Coleman wants his teammates to build a demanding culture from one another.
Everton’s 31-year-old captain also fired a warning to his teammates that they’re all fighting for the future’s to be part of an exciting future under Carlo Ancelotti.
Coleman told evertontv. “The performance was better [than in the reverse fixture] but the players and fans are still craving that win against Liverpool.
“But I am sure if we can keep that mindset for a longer period of time, not just in little phases [it will come soon].
“We have to realise at this club, we have a world-class manager and as players we are fighting for our futures.
“He is new to the job and I am sure he will want to be putting his stamp on things.
“I want this club to be successful, we all need to be pushing in the right direction and giving everything we have to be part of this team going forward.
“It [competing with the division’s strongest teams] can’t be something that just happens in periods.
“We need to build a culture, demanding from each other in training.
“We wanted to win and felt it was a good opportunity.
“We worked hard and had enough chances to win.
“The performance was good, defensively we did quite well – but it would have been good to get that win we have been craving for a while.”