Everton defender Seamus Coleman admits the desire to end the club's trophy drought is driving on the dressing room.
A 3-1 win at home to Swansea has set up a tough quarter-final at Arsenal - who denied the Toffees another Merseyside derby at Anfield by beating the Reds 2-1.
– Everton defender Seamus Coleman.
We want to go as far as we can in the cup.
It is going to be a difficult draw but you have to beat them all at some stage if you want to win and there are some good teams still in it.
I've been here five years now and I've not won anything so it would be nice to win and there are other lads who have been here longer who want to win it as well.
It would lift the club as a whole. Winning an FA Cup is massive for any club and it would be as big for us and a big stepping stone for other things.