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Oviedo: Everton The Entertainers

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Bryan Oviedo believes Everton are proving to be one of the most attractive teams to watch in the Premier League this season.

Under Roberto Martinez, the Blues have mixed substance with style, especially at Goodison Park where they have notched seven goals in their last two matches.

And Oviedo claims one of the key reasons behind the promising start to the Martinez era is the contributions of each and every player.

The Costa Rican is a perfect case in point. He was thrust into the team by the Blues boss against Stoke City at the weekend and took his chance by marking his first league start of the season with a fine goal in the 4-0 rout.

“I think we are playing very well - we are a top team at the moment,” Oviedo told evertontv. “We’ve scored a lot of goals in the last two games and that is very important.

“I think the most important thing for us is every player is a good [player] and we are working together every time.”

With a third of the campaign gone, Everton find themselves again challenging at the top of the Premier League table after winning almost half of their games to date.

Oviedo, who sampled Champions League football with previous club FC Copenhagen, sees no reason why the Blues can’t continue to mix it with the country’s elite in what is proving to be a very open title race.

He continued: “Of course, for me it’s a very good opportunity [to keep challenging at the top of the league] and it would be very nice to be in the Champions League.

“I’ve been in that experience in the past and it is one of the best experiences I’ve ever had before.”

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