The Dutch defender rifled home in extra time to clinch a dramatic 2-1 win for David Moyes’ men in the competition’s fourth round on Saturday, and hopes it can prove a personl turning point as he bids to revive his Toffees career. Bolton Wanderers v Everton FC, FA Cup 4th Round at Reebok Stadium. Pics Gareth Jones Jan 27 2013 View Heitinga has struggled to break into David Moyes’ first team so far this season , and has been constanly linked with a move away from Goodison during the January transfer window, but with Moyes reluctant to lose anyone from his threadbare squad and the 29-year-old settled in the north west, he is determined to prove himself. The Holland international, who was the club’s player of the season last term, said:
“I’m working hard to get my place back in the team and I’m a fighter so I’ll never give up.
“If the manager makes another decision and doesn’t put me in the team that’s his decision, and the only thing I can do is focus on the time I do get. Hopefully I can show everybody that I’m still the same person that I was last season.
"The most important thing as a player is that you believe in yourself and give everything you have, then the rest follows.