Huddersfield Town striker Steve Mounie has warned Everton to be ready for a ‘fight’ when both sides clash in Saturday’s English Premier League outing.
Last weekend, the Terriers secured a 1-0 victory over Watford which powered them to the 16th spot in the log.
However, a win against Sam Allardyce’s men will aid their fight against relegation.
“Everton is a tough team; they were in trouble at the start of the season but now they are back to the winning way,” Mounie told club website.
“The coach Sam Allardyce is a good one, so I think they will impose a big fight, but we will impose a big fight as well though because we play for our life in the Premier League.
“I think we will impose a fight, give everything on the pitch because we know these three points are crucial to stay in the Premier League.”
The 23-year-old striker - who has scored five goals in his last 13 games - will be hoping to continue his impressive form to help in Huddersfield's struggle for survival.