Everton boss Roberto Martinez will use upcoming games against Arsenal and Chelsea to gauge whether he needs to sign more players.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes the loan signing of Christian Atsu will add another dimension to his attacking options.
Former Everton manager Joe Royle has rejoined the staff at Goodison Park as part of Roberto Martinez's backroom team.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says his players go into Sunday's game with Fulham full of confidence as they look to make in four wins in a row in the Premier League.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is urging his players to go on and gain as many points as possible in their push to finish in the top four of the Premier League table.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez is relishing a potentially thrilling end to the Barclays Premier League season as he sets his sights on the Champions League.
– EVERTON MANAGER ROBERTO MARTINEZ
There are going to be a lot of twists and turns. I just think you can't look elsewhere.
I am just looking at the points tally. I just feel if we can get anywhere near 71, 72 points and that gets us into the Champions League, it will be an outstanding achievement.
If that doesn't get us into the Champions League, it will be a phenomenal season from our point of view, so I am not looking elsewhere at all.
We have got Arsenal to play at home, we have got Manchester United and Manchester City, so in that respect it's a really good fixture list for us, glamorous
Everton captain Phil Jagielka is now fully fit and manager Roberto Martinez will make a late decision on whether to include him against Newcastle on Tuesday.
The centre-back has missed four matches with a hamstring injury but Martinez may well choose to play him at struggling Fulham on Saturday instead.Midfielder Steven Pienaar continues to be absent with a knee cartilage problem.
Everton has today confirmed an extension to its shirt sponsorship with Chang. The club reports the deal could be worth in excess of £16 million – the most lucrative in the Club’s 136-year history.
– Chief Executive Robert Elstone
Everton has enjoyed a special relationship with Chang extending now for 10 years. Everton is exceptionally proud to extend its partnership with a world-class organisation, an organisation where people matter; an organisation where, like us, only the best will do. I would like to thank Khun Thapana and all our friends at Chang for supporting our team.”
The deal, which gets underway at the start of next season, runs for three years until the end of the 2016/17 campaign, and is the longest-running shirt sponsorship in the Barclays Premier League.
– Mr. Thapana Sirivadhanabhakdi, President and CEO of Thai Beverage PLC
Chang and Everton Football Club have joined forces once again after 10 years of solid friendship.
Chang’s sponsorship with Everton football team is our proudest accomplishment, as we are inspiring people, especially youngsters, regardless of status to become responsible people in the society, with positive thinking and attitude – all gained through football.
Over the years, Chang has seen the steady progress of Everton and to celebrate this this, we are holding Chang-Everton, more good years, celebrating 10 years of great partnership to further boost Thai talent to the next level.
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Roberto Martinez has praised his team's 'magnificent' performance against West Ham at the weekend.
He said Romelu Lukaku, who is just back to fitness after being out for a month, injected a bit of magic into the game.
Everton's on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku is set to return from an ankle injury for the visit of West Ham after spending a month on the sidelines.
Toffees captain Phil Jagielka has been ruled out for a fortnight with a hamstring injury so John Stones is likely to deputise in defence.
Fellow centre-back Antolin Alcaraz is fit again and comes back into the squad after spending four weeks out but on-loan striker Lacina Traore (hamstring) is unavailable.
Everton defender Phil Jagielka has been ruled out of England's friendly against Denmark next Wednesday with a hamstring injury, Toffees manager Roberto Martinez has said.