Deli Alli wowed his Everton team-mates with a goal in training which has prompted fans to commend the impact of Frank Lampard.
Both Alli and Lampard arrived at Goodison Park on Transfer Deadline Day after a toxic first half of the season under Rafa Benitez.
Two wins and one loss across all competitions have followed, but more importantly the mood amongst the Toffees camp seems to be picking up.
And that was epitomised by a video shared on the club’s social media channels which saw Alli score an overhead kick in an attacking drill in one of Lampard’s training sessions.
After finding the back of the net the midfielder wheeled away in celebration with his arms outstretched.
Several screams can be heard from the rest of the Everton squad and Alli is then mobbed by three of them.
Alex Iwobi, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Andros Townsend race over to embrace him with giant grins over all of their faces.
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It was also a hit with Toffees fans, who were overjoyed to see some positive content in what has been a drab Premier League campaign for them.
One tweeted: “I’m loving the smiles on their faces right now – clearly much happier with things !!”
Another said: “Lampard bringing good vibes to Everton.”
“Great to see those bad boys enjoying their footy again,” added a third.
A fourth wrote: “Blues are full go good positive jive, Super Frank is working his magic.”
And a fellow supporter declared: “Squad are loving life under Lampard aren’t they.”
Everton currently sit 16th in the table after losing to Newcastle but beating Leeds.
They travel to Southampton this weekend then host Man City before their FA Cup fifth-round tie at home to Boreham Wood.