David Moyes is delighted to have South African playmaker Steven Pienaar back at Everton and thinks it will give the whole club a lift.
Pienaar has joined the Toffees on loan from Tottenham until the end of the season, whilst Louis Saha moved the other way.
The last-minute deal brings the 29-year-old back to Goodison Park just a year after he departed for Spurs.
But the South African has failed to make an impact at White Hart Lane, and is yet to start a league game this season.
Moyes, though, is happy to have Pienaar back at the club where he made his name in England.
He told Evertontv: "It was just in the last few minutes that we got Steven to come back and that will be a massive boost - certainly to the players as they really enjoyed Steven here - they thought he was a great player.
"He had such a great partnership with Leighton Baines and I think we will all be looking forward to getting him back - if he can produce anything like the form he did last time then we will all be happy.
"I think the supporters certainly in their own way will be happy to have him back as well.
"I also mentioned it to the backroom staff and they were all jumping up and down and were delighted to have him back. We will all be delighted to see him come back through the door."
After the move was confirmed Pienaar said on Twitter: "Very thankful that Spurs management allowed me to go on loan and I'm very happy it could be to Everton, a club close to my heart."