Everton were knocked out of the FA Cup by the Gunners and the United States international is itching to make amends when the two sides meet again this weekend
Since Arsenal ran out 4-1 winners in the quarter-final clash earlier this month, Everton have won four league games in a row to move to within four points of Arsene Wenger's men in the table.
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"We are looking forward to playing Arsenal," the United States international told reporters.
"We still have a sour taste in our mouth about what happened at the Emirates in the FA Cup, so we will try and put that right at home.
"We're not favourites to finish fourth because the gap is still four points.
"It's in our hands because we have a game in hand and we have to play them, but they still have that four-point lead so it is difficult."