Everton defender Seamus Coleman is looking for the team to bounce back from their loss against Norwich when they travel to Bournemouth.
Everton are flying high in the league, after their best start in the top flight since 1978, so it came as a big surprise to see them knocked out of the EFL cup at home to Championship side Norwich.
The Republic of Ireland defender claims Everton must not let their first defeat under Ronald Koeman derail their great start to the Premier League campaign.
“We wanted to have a good run in the cup and came into the game full of confidence,” the defender told the Mirror.
“When you lose a game it’s always disappointing, but we’ve got to look forward to Bournemouth and get on with it.
“We’ve had a great start in the league and long may it continue.
“A few of the lads will come back in, which will be good, and hopefully we can come away from there with three points.”