Everton boss insists that fans had a big part in the ream’s performance.
1-0 victory against Wolves,
has talked about the game, insisting that the fans had an important part in his men’s performance. 6,500 fans came to Goodison Park and watched Everton’s battle to keep their hopes alive for qualifying for the continental competition.
“I think the supporters helped us a lot,”
. “It makes sense when you see that in three games at home with supporters we had three wins, so that means something.
“We are really pleased that we gave to them three points at the end of the season because we didn’t have a good run at home.”
Carlo Ancelotti admits that it won’t be easy, but he insists that there is still hope for them to reach the Europa League as they sit seventh in the Premier League.
“I think the dream is still alive,” Ancelotti added. “We don’t have a lot of possibility but for sure we are going to give our all with the small possibility we have in the last game.
“It will be the most difficult game but for sure we are going to put all our energy into trying to do our best in this game.”