Everton forward Neal Maupay appears to have blamed Frank Lampard for the club’s woes.
Everton was on a run of 11 matches without a win and decided to sack Lampard and replace him with ex-Burnley boss Sean Dyche.
Dyche led the side to a win against Arsenal at Goodison Park on Saturday.
The former Brighton striker said although he likes Frank Lampard, Sean Dyche seems to be doing something differently.
“It’s hard to say (what’s changed) because I liked Frank and had a good time with him.
“I think Sean Dyche brings something different. The intensity (is there) when a new manager comes in; everyone wants to show they’re ready, so we had to fight today.
“The whole week was physically tough, that first training session, everyone was running and pressing every day, so that’s what we did.
“The quality is there in the team but sometimes you need more than that. You need heart, you need to run. That’s a good start but there’s lots of games to go,” he said.