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Sharp Hails 'Fantastic' Achievement

Legend's praise as Moyes reaches 400 Premier League games.

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Legendary striker Graeme Sharp has hailed David Moyes for reaching 400 Premier League games as Everton manager - labelling it a 'fantastic' achievement.

Moyes reaches the landmark with today's visit of Sunderland to Goodison Park.

Sharp, the Club's leading post-war scorer, also believes the Blues are now playing their best ever football under his fellow Scot.

Speaking exclusively to evertontv, Sharpy said: "It's certainly an impressive achievement. We talk about managers these days not having a long shelf life at one club but David's been here for over 10 years now and 400 Premier League games is a fantastic achievement and hopefully there's a lot more to come.

"Over the 400 games I think we've seen massive improvements in the way Everton are playing and the esteem they're held in. When you talk to a lot of managers they're praising Everton to the hilt simply because the football we're playing at the moment is excellent. I don't think I can remember a time in the last 10 years when the football has been as good as it is at the moment."

To find out what else Sharpy had to say about Moyes, Everton’s recent form and the launch of a new book, The Official Everton Autobiography, watch the video above.

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