Kevin Mirallas is enjoying his best form this season - and is determined to add more goals and assists in Everton’s push for a top-six finish.
The attacker was outstanding in Sunday’s 4-2 victory over Leicester City, contributing in the build-up to three of the team’s goals.
Mirallas played in Tom Davies for the opener and sent over the corners which led to Phil Jagielka’s header and Romelu Lukaku’s second goal of the afternoon.
In the March international break, Mirallas also scored for Belgium during their 3-3 friendly draw in Russia.
“I feel good at the moment,” the 29-year-old told evertontv. “Before the international break I scored against West Bromwich Albion and then I missed the game with Hull City because my baby was born.
“I have kept at that level and now there is only seven games left. I hope I play a lot of games to help the team stay at their maximum.”
Everton’s win over Leicester City was the seventh straight match at Goodison in which Ronald Koeman’s side have recouped maximum points.
The Toffees have won 11 home league matches altogether this term, compared to six from the 19 top-flight fixtures at Goodison in 2015/16.
“I said in pre-season that is was important to win a lot of games at home," Mirallas added. "Last season was not good enough but this year it’s been fantastic. We’ve been very strong.
“We need to get more wins and I hope we finish top six or top five.”