Everton are flying high in the English Premier League. They are fourth in the table, 2 points ahead of their fierce Merseyside rivals Liverpool and there’s a distinct possibility, if not a probability, that the Blues could finish fourth in the Premiership at the end of the season.
Everton manager David Moyes is obviously bouyed about the prospect of Everton finishing in a UEFA Champions League spot at the end of the season. He tells the Liverpool Daily Post:
We are where we are in the league on merit, because we have been consistent for a long period of time. But there’s no point in being there in January, it’s in May that we want to be there. I think that it’s terrific that we’ve got into fourth. But I think you have to say that if you are at that point with just four games to go until the end of the season then you can start to think that it’s really on, but the competition to get there is tough. What it does show is the consistent run that we’ve been on to get ourselves in this position. Our form has been good.
Could Everton break into the top four? Well, let’s wait and watch.