Reserves Boss, Alan Stubbs is unhappy with his squad and warned them to sharpen up fast following a disappointing no score draw at Hereford on Saturday.
The Rezzies were just not up to the standards that Stubbsy demands and he let them know it.
Stubbsy said: 'They looked to stifle us but we have to be better than that. We have lads who have been training with the first team and are looking to progress in the game.'
'If they are then they need to as, no disrespect, but Hereford are a Conference team. I just don't feel like they're sharp at the moment, I don't feel they want to work when we haven't got the ball they just want to play - and that won't happen.'
'We need to be better and if we are not then we will address it and they have been told that. They are young lads and they need to be told very early on what is expected of them at this football club.'
'And that is it.'
'The better ones will take it on board and they will progress and become better players. The ones that don't won't be at Everton Football Club, they will be at some other club that may accept that. We have got high standards and we will keep to them no matter what.'
'They were only ever going to score from a set piece or a high ball in the box, and they dealt with it OK. But even then I'd like to see less crosses coming into the box. More contact.'
'We looked a little like we were boys and they were men at times, and with the physical development side there's not much we can do about that in the short term unless we can grow them muscles in the gym.'
Next up for the Rezzies is the Liverpool Senior Cup final against Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park on Wednesday night, when Moyesy may arrange for a number of his senior players to get game time after the cancellation of the Java Cup in Indonesia last week.
Stubbsy will be watching closely and expecting more.