If Louis Saha can demonstrate between now and the end of the season that he does not fear injury, Everton are in with a shot of a Champions League place.
David Moyes' side are threatening Arsenal in fifth and should have Aston Villa in their sights after the way Martin O'Neill's side threw away a win against Stoke on Sunday.
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But to make a significant surge up the table they will need to consistently crash in the goals.
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Saha has the talent to do it yet after years of injury problems - some serious - the striker needs to show he is not distracted by the knocks he has had or the potential for more.
A bit of good fortune wouldn't hurt either, but the Frenchman needs to prove Everton were right to sign him from Manchester United last summer.
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