Many have their theories as to why the Toffees are underperforming once again, considering their vast summer overhaul that welcomed eight new faces to Goodison Park.
However, most would come to agree that the lack of a focal point up front has hindered them heavily.
But with just one goal and an invisible physical presence has seen the transfer questioned already, with calls for extra reinforcements this January.
Perhaps Frank Lampard could consider moving in for an exciting young talent with which they spent most of the summer interested in, as Goncalo Ramos looks to gear up with Portugal for their World Cup campaign.
More recently, Benfica were noted to value the youngster at €40m (£35m).
Although this would mark a significant outlay for a club renowned for their financial issues, it could be an incredible investment as he jets off to Qatar.
He actually boasts more goals than every single Everton player put together this season, which truly outlines how clinical he has been this season.
Although he will likely play second string to Cristiano Ronaldo, there will likely be chances for Ramos to show why Football Talent Scout Jacek Kulik dubbed him “incredibly prolific”.
He can surely be the surprise package at this World Cup, and Kevin Thelwell should definitely consider another move for this talented finisher who justifies his price tag with consistency in front of goal.