Former England national team forward Jermaine Defoe has mentioned Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s progress this season.
Everton youngster has registered 28 appearances in the FA Cup and Premier League this season, scoring 13 goals and providing 1 assist.
23-year-old striker has been prolific since Carlo Ancelotti’s arrival at the Goodison Park, scoring 8 of those goals under the Italian specialist.
Calvert-Lewin was among the forwards Gareth Southgate looked for in the Euro – 2020 squad before the coronavirus pandemic forced UEFA to postpone the tournament.
“I think the hardest thing at that level as a forward is to be consistent, scoring goals consistently week in week out is probably the hardest thing.
“There’s a lot of times where you’re flying and you’re scoring goals, maybe you’ve scored one or two goals in a game – the hardest thing is to focus again, go into the next game and do it again. And if there’s a game in midweek, do it again.
“Calvert-Lewin, the goals that he’s scored consistently since Ancelotti has come in has really impressed me.” he added.