Despite winning just two of their eight Premier League games this season, Everton have gone six games without defeat. They are the best defending team in the competition, conceding just seven goals.
Among the new arrivals at the back is Conor Coady. The player joined the Liverpool side this summer on loan until the end of the season from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He has a buyout clause that can be exercised at the end of the current season. According to 'The Times', Frank Lampard's side decided to keep the player after his good performances.
Coady was involved in every single game the Toffees played this season. Last weekend he made his goalscoring debut against Southampton, scoring the equaliser that led to the comeback.