“It was around about this time last year. Is he any good? He’s all right, to be fair! I had him in a race!
“There are some videos of it somewhere, it was good fun. I need to try and get hold of it. But the game? Obviously my team won!”
Everton have started the season on a massive high as they’ve won four out of five games in the Premier League and are sitting in second place ahead of their trip to the Vitality Stadium.
They’ll be hoping to extend their four-match winning streak in the league against Eddie Howe’s men.