Everton boss David Moyes has spoken of his determination to bring a trophy back to Goodison Park.
The Merseysiders have regularly challenged for European places throughout Moyes' eight years in charge but the club have not won any silverware since 1995.
Moyes feels ending that drought should be the next step for his team, who lost just two of their final 24 Barclays Premier League games last season.
Key to any success will be inspirational Australian midfielder Tim Cahill, who along with Moyes has been speaking to media during the club's pre-season tour Down Under.
Moyes said: "It has been great to come out to Australia - so many Everton supporters, a lot to do with Tim Cahill but a lot to do with the English Premier League.
"We have been a decent team in the Premier League for quite a few years now. If you know about the history of Everton - Everton have won championships and European competitions. The one thing me and Tim haven't done is win anything yet. I think for us to get that fame we are going to have to do something about it."