What The Papers Say - 19 April
Baines, Martinez and Stones feature in Saturday's round-up.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Saturday's newspapers look ahead to Everton's clash with Manchester United at Goodison on Easter Sunday.
Roberto Martinez tells the Liverpool Echo that the focus is on the Blues and their Champions League aspirations rather than anything else.
James McCarthy also appears in the local read and reveals how hard work has been the key to his success.
Barry Horne tips top-four rivals Arsenal to slip up in their final fixtures, while Duncan Ferguson's Easter visit to Claire House is also documented.
The Guardian speak to Leighton Baines about his commitment to the Toffees and the left-back recalls sneaking into Goodison as a kid to watch his heroes.
John Stones was interviewed by the national newspapers this week and he tells the Times, Daily Mail and Daily Express that he is grateful Martinez does not hold grudges.
The teenage defender turned down the Spaniard at Wigan in favour of a move to Everton in January 2013.
The Mail also link Blues legend Joe Royle with a return to the Club in a youth development role.