Seamus Coleman is hoping Louis Saha's goal rush will continue, with the French striker a class act.
Saha has been in sparkling form for Everton of late, scoring eight goals in the club's last seven fixtures.
He became the first player since Joe Royle some 40 years to ago score four times in the same game as the Toffees swept aside Blackpool 5-3 on Saturday.
It has taken time for him to produce his best on Merseyside, with injuries having held him back on a regular basis.
Coleman, though, claims everyone at Goodison Park was convinced Saha would spring to life, with the France international too good a player to get stuck in a rut.
"If we'd had a player of his class available every week of course it would have made a difference because you give him half a chance and he'll score a goal," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"But hopefully that win [over Blackpool] will give us a real confidence boost."
Victory over the Seasiders was just the sixth success enjoyed by the Toffees this term, with a place in the bottom half of the Premier League occupied as a result.
One of few pluses for Everton in a difficult campaign has been the form of Coleman, who has made the step up to first-team regular this season.
The 22-year-old Irishman is delighted with the speed of his progress, but admits he still has much to learn if he is to remain at the top of the game for many years to come.
"You've got to aim as high as you can but I don't like to set long-term targets," added Coleman.
"I just go week by week and that's what we need to do. I'm happy to be on the winning team and happy to be playing. I'm learning all the time."