Everton boss David Moyes has urged striker Louis Saha to keep up the hard work in his quest for goals.
Moyes has bemoaned his side's shortage of goals all season and is anxious for Saha to rediscover last year's touch. The Frenchman has not found the net in the Barclays Premier League since February and his attacking colleagues have fared little better.
Saha did have two months out with a calf injury but, after three substitute appearances, the 32-year-old has started the last two games against Bolton and Arsenal.
Moyes has been impressed with his work-rate but feels the goals now need to come, and says Saha must seize any moment of good fortune.
"He has done okay. He played well against Arsenal. He had one or two shots but never got the goal, but I thought he did okay," said Moyes. "I think you make your own luck. They say the harder you work, the luckier you get, and I think there is part of that here.
"I also think you could do with the ball now and again dropping to you in the right place. But if you are in the right place often enough the ball does drop. The key is both things - work for your luck but if you get it, take it."