Everton Ladies captain Michelle Hinnigan was pleased with the attacking display that her side showed during the 3-0 win against Watford Ladies.
Goals from Claudia Walker, Dan Turner and Simone Magill moved Everton up to second in the table and continued their unbeaten run in the WSL2.
Turner’s goal straight from kick-off in the second half helped to push the team on at a vital point in the match to add gloss to the scoreline and boost the team’s goal difference.
She said: “It was a positive display, especially in the second half because we knew we hadn’t played that well in the first half.
“We came out and got the goal in the first 30 seconds which was down to the team talk. We came out and had a word with each other and knew we wanted to put the game to bed and score more goals.
The three goals could prove crucial at the end of the season with the team pushing for promotion against some tough opposition.
“We know at the end of the season, going up could be down to goal difference so it’s important we hit those extra goals.”
It was a superb team display with different players showing off their attacking prowess and the skipper is hoping to join in with goals for herself too.
“There are different scorers in this side which is a difference from last season. For the past couple of seasons we’ve been dependent on a few players but now we have goals throughout the team.
“Hopefully, now I’m playing higher up the pitch they’ll start flying in for me.”