Tim Cahill has paid tribute to the crossing ability of Everton left-back Leighton Baines.
Cahill grabbed the headlines in typical fashion after his last-gasp goal in Saturday's 3-3 draw against Manchester United earned his team a dramatic point.
Mikel Arteta - another of the Toffees' lauded stars - also popped up to inspire the fightback but Cahill has ensured Baines' contribution to both goals is noticed.
And the Australian says the England defender's delivery makes his job a pleasure given the number of assists he provides the midfielder.
On a plate
Cahill told the club's official website: "I think I'm lucky because I've got a relationship with Bainesy where we work together a lot on the pitch and try to make things happen.
"But I think I am lucky as well because he's got that special left foot which can create chances and put those chances on a plate - hopefully for myself to finish.
"He's a great player and someone who is not only effective in defending but going forward as well he does give us that different dimension.
"I'm very happy to have someone like that on my side because I rely on him a hell of a lot and I give him a hard time about putting the ball in the box and helping me get more chances."
The weekend draw against United gave David Moyes' team just their second point of the season but a late fightback will have inspired confidence around Goodison park.
Everton host Newcastle on Saturday and Cahill says his colleagues will not underestimate a team who have also made an indifferent start to the campaign.
He went on: "They've played some hard games and they've had some indifferent results, but so have we. The thing we're looking for is a win.
"I suppose the main thing we're looking at ahead of this game is mainly to concentrate on ourselves.
"We respect Newcastle, respect the players but we're going to make sure we give them a hard time."
Chris Hughton's side caught the eye with their 6-0 hammering of Aston Villa, their solitary win of the season, with Andy Carroll starring with a hat-trick.
And Cahill, 30, says the hosts must keep the big striker quiet during the clash: "Carroll is a player who has obviously grown in stature and is coming off the back of a good season in the Championship.
"You know he's got a goal in him - he's a big boy who is very physical and he's got an eye for goal, not only with his head but also with his feet.
"He's going to be a danger and someone that we're going to have to look out for hopefully we can keep him under control."