Last Updated: Thu, 06 Dec 2012 13:17
Everton's Leon Osman insists that everyone needs to chip in with goals as the Merseyside club continue to fight for a European spot.
Recently capped by the England national side, Osman believes that everyone has a part to play in what could be one of the club's best seasons under David Moyes.
The 31 year-old has bagged three goals so far this term, but the top goal scorer is in-form Marouane Fellaini who has five of the Toffee's last six goals, taking him to eight for the season.
The experienced midfielder knows all to well that they might have to do without the Belgian for the second half of the campaign if the right offer comes, leading to his plea for a greater return in goals across the side.
Nikica Jelavic has five strikes in all competitions, while Kevin Mirallas, Victor Anichebe, Steven Naismith and Osman have three apiece.
"It's always important to try and spread the goals, but at the same time you're going to get a period in the season where it's tough and you need your players playing up the pitch to score the goals. Felli's certainly been doing that for us lately," he said.
"He's a massive player for us at the minute, that's evident in the way he's playing and the way we play.
"We're not a one-man team, we've got a number of good players this year. I think it's shown in our football this year how we're developing as a team and that we're becoming a better footballing team."
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