Ross Barkley: Everton are good enough to beat anyone

Ross Barkley says Everton proved that they are capable of "beating anyone" after 3-0 win over Arsenal

Everton manager Roberto Martinez Photo: Everton FC

Ross Barkley believes that Everton proved that they are capable of “beating anyone” with their comprehensive 3-0 win over Arsenal last weekend.

Barkley was in brilliant form as Roberto Martinez’s side took a big step towards Champions League qualification with victory over the north London side.

We’ve got confidence now, and we have to take that into our remaining games

Ross Barkley

And the 20-year-old midfielder feels that the Toffees have now underlined their desire to finish in the top four this season.

“You saw against Arsenal that we can play, and that we’re good enough to be in the top four. On our day, we can beat anyone,” said Barkley.

“Now we have to go into every game thinking we can get all three points.

“We’ve got confidence now, and we have to take that into our remaining games.”

Everton are currently fifth in the Premier League table but just a point behind fourth-placed Arsenal, having played a game less.

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