Seamus Coleman's loan at Blackpool has been extended until the end of the season.
The young Irishman has been in splendid form for the Seasiders, scoring his first goal in English football earlier this month.
His arrival has boosted Blackpool as they target a late run to the play-offs - and Coleman is eligible to play in the end of season knockout if Ian Holloway's men make it.
Coleman has made six appearances for Blackpool as of Wednesday afternoon, and has only been on the losing side once.
Earlier this season the right-back made seven appearances for Everton including an impressive match saving cameo in the 2-2 draw with Spurs in December.
Before the loan extension was agreed Holloway said: “I will have to have a word with David Moyes about the young boy. His team is doing very well and hopefully he will leave him with us for first-team experience.
“It is doing him the world of good. He must have wondered what he had let himself in for when we were two down in our first game, but now he knows how good we are.”