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Everton striker Oumar Niasse is confident SBOBET that he is finally settling into life at Goodison Park after an initially turbulent start to his time as a Toffee.
Blues manager Ronald Koeman had banished the Senegalese forward to the Everton U23 side at the beginning of last season, before sending him on loan with Hull City from January until the end of the term.

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But now, having demonstrated his value – the 27-year-old netted twice against Bournemouth when the Toffees were trailing to ultimately win the game for them 2-1 – Niasse considers himself part of Koeman’s plans.

“I think the most important thing is to be ready and I have been every time. The first three or four months here were difficult but after that I’ve kept my mind and I’ve tried to settle and I think I’m settling very, very well now,” Niasse is quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

A loss against Bournemouth would have been a fourth successive defeat for the Blues in the league and goals from Niasse will be imperative going forward, given the Toffees’ miserable start to their campaign.

Koeman’s side are 16th in the league after winning only two of their games and losing four – despite spending in excess of £150 million in the summer, breaking the bank to sign Gylfi Sigurdsson on a club-record fee while welcoming Wayne Rooney back from Old Trafford.

The Blues have failed to replace the goals provided by Romelu Lukaku, who left for Old Trafford in a £75m fee, and Niasse could look to fill the departed Belgian’s shoes.

The striker had looked to be a permanent fixture of the Blues’ bench this season SBOBET following the failed attempt to engineer a deadline day move to Crystal Palace.

Niasse, however, dug deep and instead worked hard to fight his way back into Koeman’s plans to reintegrate himself into the team – and his stellar goals against Sunderland and Bournemouth have enabled him to turn his own fortunes around.

“I will not say I’m lucky, I’m blessed,” said Niasse.

“I always take things in a positive way in my life because some things can be negative, but if you look more forward you’re going to see that you have a lot more positive things in your life.

“Every time anything bad happens, I say that good things SBOBET will happen soon. That helps me to always believe in myself and believe in what I’m doing.”

Everton next face 14th-placed Brighton away in the Premier League on Sunday.


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