Blues duo Tony Hibbert and Steven Naismith greeted fans at Everton Two on Thursday night as the Club's Christmas signing sessions continued.
Two weeks ago Apostolos Vellios and Darron Gibson were at the Club store in Liverpool One to launch the Toffees' 2013 charity calendar, 12 Shades of Blue.
On Thursday, more supporters poured in as long-serving right-back Hibbert and derby-scorer Naismith posed for photographs and penned their autographs on a wide array of Christmas gifts from shirts and footballs to books and DVDs.
Fans who missed out on meeting the pair won't have to wait long to put their disappointment behind them, however.
On Saturday, legendary 1970s striker Bob Latchford will be at Everton Two from 4-5pm signing copies of The Everton Encyclopedia.
And with further player appearances planned at Everton One on Thursday 13 December and Everton Two on Thursday 20 December, there are plenty more chances yet to get the perfect personalised Christmas gift for the Evertonian in your life.
Latchford, one of the leading goalscorers of his generation, famously netted 30 league goals in a single season in 1977/78, including two in a 6-0 final day thrashing of Chelsea.
With entries on Latchford and every other man ever to pull on a royal blue jersey, The Everton Encyclopedia chronicles the names, tales and contests that have shaped Everton’s history and made it into the great Club we know today.
Supporters planning to attend Saturday's event at Everton Two are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment and should note that only copies of The Everton Encyclopedia will be signed.
For more information on the upcoming events on 13 and 20 December, including which players will be in attendance, keep checking evertonfc.com.