Yakubu Aiyegbeni is confident Everton will make it to the Uefa Cup final and says he feels under no pressure.
Everton travel to Fiorentina on Thursday for the first leg of their last 16 tie, and the former Portsmouth and Middlesbrough striker believes the current squad is on top form and sees no reason the side cannot succeed in Europe.
"I think that at the moment this is one of the best teams that I have ever played in," he said.
"To play in Europe and to have not been beaten yet in the Uefa Cup and the fact that we have quality players means we can get into the Uefa Cup final.
"If we keep believing in ourselves and say that we want to be in the final then I believe we can do it."
Yakubu has scored 20 goals this season, but with the likes of Andy Johnson, James Vaughan and Victor Anichebe all in the squad, the Nigeria striker insists he does not feel he has to carry the team on his own.
"I just believe in myself and when you score you believe you can score more and you can feel the goals coming.
"I believe whenever I have a chance I can score. That is what I want to do because I am a striker and I just enjoy it.
"I take every game as it comes and whenever I have a chance I believe I can score, so I will keep scoring.
"For me, as a striker your job is to score goals and to perform and when I signed I thought I would be under pressure, but I am not under pressure.
"I know that if I do not score then there are people in the team that can. The fact is that we have quality strikers ready to come off the bench.
"That keeps the pressure in a good way, because it is not all down to me. To me, it is just like training!"