On the first day of the month Everton faced a visit from Fulham, with former Evertonian Andy Johnson arriving to a pleasant reception at Goodison Park.
French International Louis Saha helped seal the Blues' first home win of the season with his first for the Club, which proved to be the only goal of the clash.
On the back of that win, the Blues travelled to Upton Park to take on West Ham as Marouane Fellaini stayed behind to serve a one-match suspension.
Joleon Lescott got his name on the scoresheet for the first time in the 2008/09 campaign with a late leveller before Saha turned the game on its head with two late strikes in a 3-1 win.
Middlesbrough paid a visit to Goodison Park half way through the month, only to end Everton's winning streak as they shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Yakubu's goal against his former club wasn't enough to shake off Gareth Southgate's determined and competitive men.
The Blues continued to add to their encouraging away form as they travelled to White Hart Lane on the final day of the month to take on a rejuvenated Tottenham Hotspur side. It would be a good journey back thanks to an own goal from defender Vedran Corluka.
As the season began to pick up for the Blues, the team finished the month seventh in the Premier League table.