Everton manager David Moyes is desperate to win some silverware to top off his reign at Goodison Park.
Moyes has been in charge of the Toffees since March 2002, but has yet to taste success, with the closest that he side have come being last season when they reached the FA Cup final.
He told the Liverpool Echo:"I'm desperately ambitious and one of the things I haven't been able to do at Everton is win a trophy.
"I'm desperate to try and win something to give the supporters something. Maybe qualifying for the Champions League three of four years ago is the equivalent of winning something.
"And we got to the FA Cup final last year and that's why this year we're probably a little bit disappointed, because we weren't able to follow on from a good season last year, but I do think a big part of that is to do with injuries.
"I think our team is good enough to be competing for fourth. Would we have made it? I don't know.
"But I think we're good enough to compete with the group of players we've got.
"We feel as though we've got good players and a good team and the important thing is we can keep players fit, but they have been serious injuries rather than just niggles throughout the year."