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Michael Keane sounds ambitious battlecry after Everton storm top four

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Michael Keane challenged Everton to maintain their Champions League bid after they stormed into the top four.

When asked if Everton should aim for a top three finish, defender Keane,28, replied: “Yeah definitely.

“We hung in there and thankfully got the chance.” Everton were without injured 16-goal top scorer Dominic Calvert Lewin and didn't start a recognised striker.

Victory lifts Carlo Ancelotti's Everton from seventh to fourth - level on points with third-placed Leicester.

Keane headed a late winner at Wolves after Alex Iwobi's early right-foot finish was cancelled out by Ruben Neves.

“I thought we showed brilliant character and we showed the strength of the squad.

“It is nearly halfway through the season and we have showed we are capable of being up there.
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