Calvert-Lewin has been on the books at Goodison Park since 2016 after making a permanent switch to Merseyside from Sheffield United.


From being rated as one of the top strikers in England, Calvert-Lewin has seen his progress derailed by repeated injuries which have cost Everton dearly.




Calvert-Lewin played and scored for Everton at the weekend and Dyche will be hoping he stays fit.


And Dyche insisted that continuous discussions about the English forward have affected both the player and the club, stressing that the Toffees star is faring well now, much to his delight.



Ever since I have been in the club there has been a constant story about Dom. It weighs heavily”, Dyche told Everton’s in-house media.


We have managed to get him fit and build him back into fitness. We know he is a very good player.



He came on nice and sharp on Saturday, we know he is still reinforcing his body and mentality to be totally Premier League fit, but it was another good sign on Saturday.


He was sharp and I was pleased for him.


After an away win at Brentford, the Toffees are now eyeing climbing the league table.


And Dyche is hoping to see significant contributions from Calvert-Lewin moving forward.