Everton head into their clash with Wolves on Wednesday evening amid a spell of inconsistent form.
The Toffees have defeated Arsenal in the last month but they’ve also suffered some embarrassing results along the way.
With European football on the line, Carlo Ancelotti’s men somehow suffered a defeat to Sheffield United.
Everton didn’t look like scoring and succumbed to a goal from 17-year-old Daniel Jebbison.
If they are to have any chance of securing a spot among Europe’s finest next season, they will have to win against Wolves.
One area that Everton desperately need to improve in is going forward. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored 21 goals this season but the performances of Gylfi Sigurdsson and Richarlison are leaving plenty to be desired.
Sigurdsson was dropped to the bench against the Blades but Ancelotti’s tricky Brazilian has been in abject form for a while now.
With that in mind, the Toffees should consider turning to Alex Iwobi when they face Wolves.
The Nigerian has had an average season at Goodison Park and with only one league goal to his name throughout 2020/21, he needs to improve. After all, the 24-year-old earns £100k-per-week in Merseyside.
However, his solitary strike this term came against Wednesday night’s opposition.
Back in January, Everton defeated Wolves 2-1 at Molineux with Iwobi thriving on the right-hand side.
The winger has very rarely lived up to Arsene Wenger’s tag of “dangerous” but on that night he was a rampant threat, terrorising Rayan Ait-Nouri.
Iwobi could have a similar impact if he plays from the left and dislodges Richarlison this week.
That’s because Wolves right-back Nelson Semedo has had a tricky first campaign in England. He was mauled by Lucas Digne when the pair last met while he has notoriously struggled with tricky attackers.
You only need to look at the performance of Nicolas Pepe back in January when Wolves beat Arsenal.
Pepe nutmegged the defender in the first half before surging into the penalty area and scoring a wonderful solo goal.
As Iwobi demonstrated against the Molineux outfit several months ago, he also has everything in his locker to beat a man.
Ancelotti needs to consider unleashing him from the off.