Tim Cahill believes Everton are ready to achieve 'something great' against Arsenal on Saturday.
Everton's 13-game unbeaten run came to an end against Manchester United at the weekend but they returned to winning ways by beating Bolton on Boxing Day.
Cahill is confident Everton can beat one of the top clubs and feels it could even happen against The Gunners.
"These are the games that the boys look forward to," Cahill told the Liverpool Echo.
"We were buzzing at Manchester United, playing in front of that big crowd and we will be buzzing again when we play one of the elite teams in the world on Saturday.
"We have got to be going on to the pitch and pitting our wits against the best players in the world and see where we are at.
"At the moment, I really believe we have got a great chance of achieving something great against Arsenal.
"It's all about how we apply ourselves. We probably won't see a lot of the ball, like it was against Chelsea. But if we get a chance, we have got to try and take it and they will be coming here knowing they are going to face a massive game."
Everton have climbed to sixth in the table and are now just three points off a place in the top four, but Cahill has no intention of becoming distracted.
"We are flying and we are just happy to be where we are," said the Australian. "I think consistency is the key to the position we have now. There are a lot of players in good form.
"As I've said, we are taking things a game at a time but for the football club, everything is going really well. This is the time of year when you can make or break your season. This is where you see how things will pan out.
"We need to try and get maximum points if we possibly can and push ourselves up the table.
"If we keep going as we have been and keep focusing on the main objective, then we can't go wrong."