Everton boss calls on Iwobi and others to show character against Watford

Neal Maupay had pulled level for Brighton before their late winner

Neal Maupay had pulled level for Brighton before their late winner

Silva's team lost in Brighton over the weekend to stay in fifth place in the division and avoid any resurgence they expected after the previous home victory over West Ham.

Everton host another struggling side in Tottenham at Goodison Park, live on Sky Sports Premier League on Super Sunday, and the under-pressure Silva is hoping for progression to the League Cup quarter-finals in order to restore confidence.

Whether Watford will remain a Premier League team next season remains to be seen, though, with the Hornets still propping up the table having failed to win any of their opening 10 games.

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It's clear we want to do well in the cup, so it's massive for us. It's a dream for our fans and we have to share it.

"It's up to us to keep supporting even if in some moments it is hard to understand, and for us at Everton at the beginning of the season, it has been really tough to understand some of the things". We have to go step-by-step and the next one is the Watford match. "He deserved it. He is in a good moment, a really important player us".

Silva said the manner of the defeat 3-2 defeat left the players' confident shattered, but he has call on them to show character and give a ideal response when Watford visit Goodison Park for the fourth-round tie on Tuesday evening.

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