What The Papers Say - 14 April
Howard, Osman and ex-Blue Arteta on the race for fourth.
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Monday’s papers continue to reflect on Everton’s victory over Sunderland, which moved the Toffees into the top four of the Barclays Premier League.
In the Liverpool Echo, goalkeeper Tim Howard insists Roberto Martinez's men have the stomach to hold on to a Champions League place.
And, in the Daily Mirror, former Blues midfielder Mikel Arteta, now at Arsenal, claims his side must win all five of their remaining league matches to leapfrog Everton. “We need to win all our remaining championship games. If we don't, then I don't think we will do it,” says the Spaniard.
Elsewhere, Leon Osman tells the Daily Express he is convinced the current Everton side is better than the one which finished fourth in the Premier League nine years ago.
The Toffees already have a better points tally than they achieved in 2004/05 but know they may still need to win all their remaining fixtures to secure a return to Europe's elite club competition.