David Moyes has tasked his players with igniting Goodison's atmosphere once again when Stoke City visit on Saturday.
The home faithful raised the roof throughout the 2-0 win over Manchester City earlier this month - with the decibels from the stands roaring the Blues on against the reigning champions.
Ahead of the 5.30pm clash with Tony Pulis' side, Moyes told evertontv that it is down to himself and the squad to get the fans going once more.
He said: "The people who [generate the atmosphere] are the players and myself - we need to be the ones who make that happen. Hopefully we can give the supporters something to shout about on Saturday.Tickets for Saturday's game against Stoke are on general sale now. To join us at Goodison Park, click here or call 0871 663 1878*. Alternatively, visit the Park End Box Office, Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Queen Square.
"We have to respect Stoke - we haven't had the best record against them in the past - so we have to try and do well in this match.
"We have to be more interested in how we played against Manchester City and try to continue that form."
With a fortnight separating the clash with the Potters from the last Premier League outing, it was a period of mixed involvement for the Blues.
While as many as eight first-team players were away on international duty, others used the time to recharge and focus on the final nine games of the season.
"It gave some players a chance to refresh," explained Moyes.
"We gave some of them a few days off. Hopefully we'll be able to give those who went away on international duty the same chance to have a few days off in the coming weeks.
"You know how it is with international breaks when they are coming up but you'd like to go into them on the back of a win - and that's what we did."
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