Dominic Calvert-Lewin has revealed he is doing "homework" in order to become a better striker.
The Everton forward says he opens up his laptop when he gets home from training and studies his game - especially his movement.
Calvert-Lewin is expected to be part of a front two tomorrow night when the Blues take on Leicester City in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.
And the 22-year-old is hoping his extra studying will pay dividends.
“I am working on my movement and it’s not always necessarily on the training pitch," he said.
“I get on my laptop at home and study the game.
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“I am doing my homework, I am a student of the game and still learning.
“Analysing the finer details has helped me a lot.
“Anyone can run and run fast.
“You have to do it at the right time and get in positions to be as effective as possible.
“I am trying to hone my skills and bring everything together, so it clicks how it did in the Chelsea game."
Calvert-Lewin is best known for his aerial prowess but is particularly pleased with the goal he scored against Brighton in October.
“The goal at Brighton was very good in every way," he added.
“I can watch it and think, ‘How can I do that again and again’.
“It is no coincidence I was in that position because I am doing the work to be there.
“The next objective has to be to do it consistently.
“I am still learning about my strengths and how I am going to maximise my number of goals.”