Everton need sweeping changes from the top to avoid being dragged into relegation peril again
Everton manager Sean Dyche will allow his players to briefly enjoy their escape from relegation but he has already laid down the law that major changes are needed at the club.
Abdoulaye Doucoure's 57th-minute thunderbolt gave the Toffees a 1-0 win over Bournemouth and the victory which ensured they stayed up and extended their stay in the top flight to 70 successive seasons.
For the second consecutive season there was a pitch invasion at the final whistle - although nowhere near as many numbers joined in as 12 months ago when safety was secured with a game to spare.
There was a feeling inside the club that they did not want to be seen to be celebrating avoiding failure and that probably came from Dyche himself.
Sky Sports News' Vinny O'Connor assesses what needs to happen next...
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"The football club needs an entire culture change," said O'Connor. "I know there's unhappiness among the fanbase when you look back to last year.
"At the training ground at Finch Farm, pictures were put up on the walls of the celebrations at full-time after that famous victory over Crystal Palace which guaranteed safety last season.