TIM CAHILL today warned his Everton team-mates to start taking their chances in front of goal or lose out on the race for Europe.
The Toffees midfielder rued the misses which cost his side all three points against Wolves at Molyneux on Saturday.
But he insisted the draw has not knocked the Blues' confidence, as their unbeaten run in the league continues.
He said: 'Me, Louis, all of us had chances. It was just a disappointing finishing display from us, but the run goes on and that's the most important thing. We didn't lose.
'We've come away and kept a clean sheet, but the disappointing thing is we didn't do enough up front.'
Dan Gosling had a good chance to grab a win for Everton late in the second half, but was injured in a heavy collision with Wolves keeper Marcus Hahnemann.
The England Under-21 international was set-up by Cahill but as he attempted to guide his second touch beyond the Wolves keeper the pair collided.