What The Papers Say - 17 February
Naismith, Traore, Coleman and Martinez all feature.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Monday's newspapers contain plenty of Everton reaction after the Blues booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Steven Naismith is the subject of match reports in the Daily Star and Daily Mirror after the Scotland international grabbed a goal and won a penalty to turn the tie around against Swansea, but then sustained concussion.
The Express also note that the Toffees are third-favourites with the bookies after being pitted with a tie at Arsenal in the last eight.
Roberto Martinez features in the Telegraph as he targets a third successive trip to Wembley and insists his players do not fear next month's trip to the Emirates.
Meanwhile, in the Liverpool Echo, Lacina Traore says he would fulfil a boyhood dream by playing at Wembley should the Blues overcome the Gunners.
Seamus Coleman talks about Naismith's second-half introduction to the game and says it was a key moment in the contest.
And Everton Ladies defender Fern Whelan speaks about her long absence with a knee injury as Andy Spence's side continue pre-season.