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Carlo Ancelotti has encouraged Dominic Calvert-Lewin to ‘stay at the top’ after the Everton star took home double prizes from the club’s end of season awards.
The Toffees top scorer was voted the Player of the Season and also the Players’ Player of the Season after a campaign which has seen his bag 16 Premier League goals, ahead of the final game of the term.
Ben Godfrey received the Young Player of the Season award, while Richarlison’s goal at Anfield was named Goal of the Season.
On Calvert-Lewin’s awards head coach Ancelotti said he was fully deserving of the accolade – but was keen to keep the 23-year-old on his toes.
“Dominic is a complete striker: tall, good with the head and fast and strong,” said Everton boss.
“This season, he arrived at the top. The difficulty is to stay there.
“You have to be stronger and more focused and more concentrated. He has everything to stay at the top for a long time.”
Everton are set to play their final game in the Premier Leaue this season, as they will travel to face champions Manchester City on Sunday.
Source- Liverpool ECHO