Eleanor Crooks Roberto Martinez There has been a sharp contrast between the Toffees' domestic results and those in the Europa League, but perhaps even more so in their performances. They have struggled to find the pace and potency that made them such an exciting prospect in Martinez's debut season in charge last term and have scored just once in their last four league games. But in Europe they have again looked free-flowing, and never more so than in Thursday night's 4-1 victory over Young Boys in Switzerland. Manager Martinez said: "I think it shows in Europe this season we've been perfect. And when I say perfect, we've been enjoying our football. I think we've produced some exciting, attacking play. We've been brave. I think we've showed an incredible character and it's helped young players to learn a lot very quickly, and it's helped the experienced players to show us the direction. "It highlights that we need to take that into our domestic form. This season, because of very small margins, we haven't been able to get a real momentum, which allows you to have a real enjoyment in the games you go into. "That's what we're going to use. I do feel we've been very confident in our play in the last few games. Probably Thursday's result will be the final push to really enjoy our football in every game in the league from now until the end of the season, and that's a really important target of ours."