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Rooney happy to get Everton homecoming out of way

28 Juillet 2017

Wayne Rooney believes he and his Everton team mates have to shoulder collective responsibility for scoring goals this season.

Everton's English striker Wayne Rooney (L) takes a shot at goal as MFK Ruzomberok's Jan Maslo blocks during the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round, Game 1 match between Everton and Ruzomberok at Goodison Park football stadium in Liverpool on July 27, 2017.

Koeman acknowledges this fact and remains upbeat on finding a solution, telling ITV: "We are really confident we can bring in a striker, one that can best help the team".

Rooney himself told ITV4: "It's obviously great to be at Goodison wearing the blue shirt, it was a great feeling".

Koeman said: "I don't think 1-0 is a bad result".

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Koeman expressed his satisfaction with Rooney's performance and those of his fellow new boys Davy Klaassen, Michael Keane and Cuco Martina, who also made their first starts.

Southgate has now not ruled out the possibility of a recall for the player and said, "The great thing for Rooney is that he will probably be playing more regular football and so it's as simple as that".

"Now it is one more week of training a a different game - they (Ruzomberok) need to do more than what they did tonight, and maybe that will make it a totally different game for us".

'We are still in pre-season and we still need to work on getting that little bit of match sharpness we need, ' said Sandro. "They (Ruzomberok) know they will have to do more than they did and maybe that makes it a different game for us".

The Manchester United all-time top scorer's position in the next world cup was in serious doubt after players like Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy outperformed him in the last two seasons.

Rooney happy to get Everton homecoming out of way