Dominic Calvert-Lewin is confident Everton will find a way to replicate their Goodison Park form away from home following an “extremely disappointing” defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday.
Everton have won both home fixtures this term and are unbeaten in seven at Goodison.
Their loss on the south coast, however, represented a second defeat in succession on the road and leaves Everton among a handful of teams on seven points bunched behind the Premier League's top-four positions.
Calvert-Lewin powerfully headed home a cross from Richarlison on 44 minutes to equalise Callum Wilson’s strike 21 minutes earlier.
But substitute Ryan Fraser and Wilson with his second scored twice inside five minutes to tip the contest decisively in Bournemouth’s favour.
“It is an extremely disappointing result, we were well in the game and playing well [when Fraser scored],” said Calvert-Lewin.
“We had a few rough patches but, all in all, in the second half we were in control of the game.
“It was vital we got the next goal but they scored from a set piece and it was frustrating not to come away with three points.
“It [away form] is not a massive concern. We know we have quality in the dressing room.
“We have to take the attitude we have at home into our away games.
“It should be no different. especially with the travelling fans and support we have.
“It will come for us, as long as we keep playing how we know we can and capitalise on our good phases in the game.
“We didn’t do that today but know we can.”
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SILVA REFLECTS ON WORK NEEDED BY HIS EVERTON TEAM
Calvert-Lewin replaced Moise Kean in Everton’s team at Bournemouth after playing from the bench in the 3-2 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers a fortnight ago.
He seized his opportunity to impress with an emphatic header dispatched beyond goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale after meeting Richarlison’s right-wing cross.
Striker Wilson had given Bournemouth the advantage when he forced home after the hosts kept play alive from a corner.
And the England striker lobbed Jordan Pickford for his team’s third after substitute Fraser’s 67th-minute free-kick from wide on the right travelled across the face of goal and into the far corner.
Everton have back-to-back home matches against Sheffield United and Manchester City before the end of this month.
Those Premier League fixtures sandwich a Carabao Cup third-round trip to Sheffield Wednesday, with the Blues next away in the top-flight when they visit Burnley on 5 October.
“We have set a standard for ourselves and we need to improve our away form, we are well aware of that,” added Calvert-Lewin.
“Our focus now, though, has to be on Sheffield United next week.
“Scoring so late in the first half we went in with momentum and were looking to come out and continue where we left off.
“We had good phases in the game and kept the ball well but we could not get the next goal and they capitalised on that.
“It [his goal] is bittersweet because we did not come away with three points.
“There is a lot of disappointment in the changing room.
“There is more to come from me and I know I can improve every game.
“I was happy to get on the scoresheet but more disappointed to not get the result.”