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19 March 2017, 01:01 | Simon Arnold
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Asked if Lukaku will face a backlash from anxious Everton fans when the Toffees host Hull on Saturday, Koeman told English newspapers: "I don't think so because we need the support - every player who is starting needs the support".
"Everybody can make mistakes, and if you realise that then it's no problem".
If Lukaku does get his wish to join a bigger club, it could be Everton's emerging young talents who fill his boots and Calvert-Lewin underlined his promise in the ninth minute.
He said: "But I think everybody needs to understand ambitions, and his situation I've tried to explain".
The Dutchman also strongly believes that the Belgian hit-man can indeed potentially fulfil his desires and dreams of playing Champions League football at Everton in the near future: "If we can do what we want to do next season, move on and get in who we want, we can battle with them, yes".
"No matter where you play you want to be remembered".
Last season they lost eight times at home, winning just six matches and claiming 23 points, with an increasingly toxic atmosphere in the final few weeks of Roberto Martinez's reign impacting performances on the pitch.
Having already teed-up Enner Valencia's strike, Lukaku took advantage of slack Hull defending to move two clear of Tottenham's Harry Kane in the race for the Golden Boot on 21.
"We know every Premier League game is hard and what happened last week doesn't count any more".
"But, look at the difference between this season and last - that's the first step". Can we show more ambition, stronger team, more points?
The Argentinian attacker, who joined Italian side Genoa from River Plate past year, who Everton signed Ramiro Funes Mori from. "You can't do it one year".
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