Last Updated: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 11:08
Former Everton goalkeeper Neville Southall believes his old side are good enough to go on and win the FA Cup.
The Toffees face Sunderland in the quarter-final at Goodison Park in a fortnight's time as they bid to reach the last four the the second time in four seasons.
Back in 2009 the club went all the way to the Wembley final, only to lose 2-1 to Guus Hiddink's Chelsea.
Southall, who made a club record 750 appearances for the Toffees, knows what it takes to lift the cup having won the trophy with the Merseysiders in 1984 and 1995 - the latter being last time Everton picked up a major honour.
The 53-year-old feels David Moyes' current squad are good enough to win the cup and end their 17 year trophy drought.
"They should get through the next round and it would be great for the club to get to Wembley again," the Welshman told the club's official website.
"And this time I want them to do themselves justice. Last time against Chelsea they scored and then they shut up shop. Against Chelsea you normally need to score twice to win the game.
"So I am hoping they get to the final again - but this time pick up some silverware.
"If they play to their capabilities then they are more than capable of winning the FA Cup. If you look at the teams left in it you have to say why not?"
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