Tim Cahill is confident he will rediscover the goalscoring form for Everton that made him one of the most feared midfielders in the land.
Cahill has become renowned for his finishing over the years but, surprisingly, he has not scored for the Toffees since last December.
His record for Everton stands at 65 goals in 251 games and he is determined to add to that figure and break his year-long duck.
"I feel good in games and the goal will come - if it doesn't then that's football," Cahill said.
"That is the biggest test that is thrown at you. As long as I am contributing I don't always have to be the one that scores.
"If I am setting people up and I am making that one extra run or tackle it might make a difference.
"If I am not the one scoring then hopefully someone else is to make sure we win. What do you do?
"Do you stop playing football, do you stop going on the pitch? It is what you do. It is the best game in the world and something that I love and the fans know I give everything."
He added: "That is life and I am professional. I am blessed playing in one of the best leagues, on one of the biggest stages in the world, and if I wasn't consistent and not playing well it would be even harder but I feel fantastic."