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Morgan Schneiderlin

Let’s end the season on a high

Morgan Schneiderlin EvertonEverton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin says he wants to end the season on a high to take into the next campaign.

The Blues travel to Arsenal who still have Champions League qualification to play for, but Schneiderlin says he wants to make sure Everton end on a high note and go into the summer with a spring in their step.

“We want the victory to take into summer and next season,” the midfielder said.

“We had a few up and down results but we finished well at home [against Watford] and now we want to finish the season well, too.

“It’s going to be a hard game because Arsenal still have to play for the Champions League. It is a question of being ready. The main thing we want to do is improve our away form next season and if we can find a bit of confidence, a bit of a buzz in our last game then we will take it into next season.

“We need to find a good balance and not have such different results and performances at home and away. If we do that, we can have a great season and maybe get a place in the top four. The main thing for this football club is to improve our away form next year and we will see where that takes us.”

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