Lampard confident of Everton survival
Frank Lampard insists "things will turn" for Everton if they reproduce the same attitude they showed in a 2-1 defeat at West Ham - their latest poor result on the road.
Jarrod Bowen scored his 13th goal of the season to floor Lampard and Everton must regroup ahead of their relegation six-pointer against Burnley on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports.
West Ham led through Aaron Cresswell's spectacular free-kick but were pegged back by Mason Holgate's deflected effort.
Bowen struck again for West Ham almost immediately, and the visitors finished the match with 10 men after captain Michael Keane was sent off.
The travel-sick Toffees still boast the worst away record in the country and are only one place above the drop zone in what has been a torrid season - but Lampard saw signs of improvement despite a 10th away defeat of the season.
The performance was good and we deserved more from the game," the Everton boss told Sky Sports. "A lot of things went against us today, which is how it has been going for us. But there were a lot of positives against a good team. We certainly deserved a point against a good team.