The Republic of Ireland international has been in fine form for the Toffees this season and is adamant that David Moyes' side will do everything to win against Liverpool on SundayEverton defender Seamus Coleman believes that the Toffees are facing into a "big week" ahead of the Merseyside Derby against Liverpool on Sunday, May 5.
With just three games to play, Everton find themselves in sixth place in the English Premier Division, three points behind Tottenham and five points ahead of Liverpool. And Coleman says that David Moyes' side will "be going all out" to pick up a win over their rivals at Anfield on Sunday.
"There is still plenty to play for," he told the club's official website. "We have to just win our games and hope the teams above slip-up.
"It's going to be a big week. Derbies mean a lot to the fans but it means just as much to us. We will be going all out to win at Anfield."
The Republic of Ireland international provided the assist for Steven Pienaar's winning goal against Fulham on Saturday, April 27, but is under no illusions about his position in the first team, maintaining that he must continue to perform each week.
"It was very good to get an assist," said the 24-year-old of the incisive pass to Pienaar.
"Tony Hibbert has been out injured for a long time and he is back now, so I have to play as well as I can every week to keep him out, which isn't going to be easy."
Everton will take on Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday, May 5. Kick off 13:30 BST.