Everton are currently in a disastrous spell of form that has seen them lose three Premier League games on the bounce and they are ninth in the table.
The Toffees need a change ahead of their next game which is in 13 days time away to Cardiff City and could do with a confidence boost before the Merseyside derby later that week.
Manager Marco Silva is under pressure to oversee a revival and a few changes of personnel in his starting XI could be a boost.
The Merseyside club should recall Ademola Lookman to the team, who need a regular run of starts to get up to full speed.
Lookman has had just 30 minutes of action in the last three league defeats and reintroducing him may be a key to a turnaround.
The 21-year-old attacker has shown glimpses of his quality at Goodison Park and he proved out on loan with German club RB Leipzig that he can make a huge difference at senior level.
He is a dazzling winger with tremendous pace and trickery, while if given more opportunities he could end up producing a better final ball than struggling teammate Theo Walcott.
Lookman, who cost £11million (BBC) from Charlton Athletic, is a speed machine that is highly-rated for a reason and Silva is yet to get the full potential out of him.
The English flyer could come good in an Everton shirt if deployed more often and the blind faith shown in some members of the squad needs to stop now.
Everton’s season is hanging in the balance as it stands and they quickly need to put a positive run together if they want to sneak European football.