Everton keeper Tim Howard says the side must get back to winning ways as soon as possible following the disappointment of last weekend.
Champions League hopes were all but dashed when David Moyes’ men were beaten at the Stadium of Light but there is still a lot to play for in the final few matches of the season.
Howard says the Blues must regroup in time to face a Fulham side who have a poor record at Goodison Park, Everton have won 12 of their last 13 home games against the West Londoners, with the other result a draw.
He told the Echo: “It was disappointing at Sunderland, it was our third game in a week which was always going to be a tough ask away from home we grinded it out but on the day we didn’t turn up at our best.
“I think we got what we deserved unfortunately which is never easy to take.
“Nothing changes though. We’ve been in good form and we’re not going to let one set back knock us. We’ll get back to business, it’s at home and we know we have to perform there.
“Fulham will present their own problems and they have some talented players but we need to get the result. It’s nice to see we have a good record against them, but for the most part it means nothing.”
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