Re-Establish Fortress Goodison
Moyes urges Blues squad to give fans something to cheer.
Re-establishing Goodison Park as a nightmare destination for opposing teams is a priority for David Moyes.
The Everton manager is preparing his squad to host Norwich on Saturday, ahead of another home clash with Swansea on Wednesday.
He wants Goodison to be a destination opponents' dread attending.
"I just hope it is the time for us to get a victory at home," Moyes said on Friday. "Goodison has always been rewarding for us, we have always won a lot of games at Goodison and picked up the majority of our points there.
"Goodison hasn't changed, we have changed because we haven't put on the performances and got the goals.
"The team and myself, we have got to make Goodison tougher for teams to come and play. It's up to us to give the supporters something to shout about."
But Norwich head to Merseyside in positive mood after beating Newcastle last time out.
Overall they are acquitting themselves well in their first season back in the Premier League.
"I think they have done great," added Moyes. "I think Paul Lambert has done a brilliant job, brought them up, made a few signings, got them in early, and tried to keep the momentum going from last year.
"They have got Carrow Road bouncing and it will be a hard place for people to go and win.
"He has a decent squad of players and they are acquitting themselves well in the Premier League."
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