Tony Hibbert is keen for Everton to keep their form going in Sunday's derby against Liverpool.
The Toffees followed up their 2-1 home win against Tottenham with a 5-1 win at Scunthorpe in the FA Cup last Saturday.
David Moyes' men can now look forward to a fourth-round tie against holders Chelsea and are up to 12th in the Premier League, four points clear of the relegation zone.
Victory at Anfield in the 215th Merseyside derby would complete a first league double over Liverpool since 1985 and could take them up to eighth.
Hibbert is set to play in his 18th derby and admits it is a game relished by he and fellow Liverpudlians Leighton Baines and Leon Osman, in particular.
"To be honest, I love derbies," the Everton right-back told the Daily Post. "I think they are absolutely brilliant.
"I love playing in them, they are something different. I hope others love playing in it as well.
"But at the end of the day, it's the three points we want. With it being the derby, and local lads involved as it is with me, Bainesy and Ossie, it is a good match for us to get one over them.
"We definitely need to get the momentum going," he added. "We need that. We haven't done that on a big scale this season, and we need to start now.
"With the games behind us and the points we've recently picked up, now would be a good time to start."
Everton are without Tim Cahill as the Australia international is away at the Asian Cup, but Osman is confident the Toffees can manage without their top scorer at Anfield.
"Possibly we'll miss Tim Cahill but he has been away for two games now and we've won them both so we're not in any way sitting and being upset about him not being here," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"We're aiming to do the double in the derby matches this season. We've got to concentrate on ourselves and make sure our form is right, and we turn up on the day ready to take three points."