What The Papers Say - 11 April
Moyes says Mirallas must 'toughen up', plus Jags' new wheels.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Today's Liverpool Echo says David Moyes wants Kevin Mirallas to toughen up and push his body through the pain barrier for Everton's cause.
The skilful Belgian has scored in three of the Toffees’ last four Premier League games to keep their outside chances of a top-four finish alive.
But his first season on Merseyside has been hampered by a succession of knocks and Moyes says he still needs to adapt further to the rigors of top-flight English football.
The same paper also carries an interview with Seamus Coleman in which the young full-back pays tribute to departing skipper Phil Neville. To watch Coleman speak about Neville, click here.
The Liverpool Post reports that contract talks between Everton and Leon Osman have stalled.
They say Osman's representatives have been in discussions with club officials over several months over extending the player's Goodison deal.
The midfielder, who will be 32 next month, is out of contract at the end of next season and is reported to want at least a 12-month extension. The Daily Mail also carries the story.
In The Independent it is revealed that Phil Jagielka has overlooked the top-range sports cars associated with Premier League footballers and ordered himself an ultra-low emissions Vauxhall Ampera electric car. Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville also runs an Ampera, as do Manchester United youngsters Nick Powell and Sam Johnstone.