The Blues entertain local rivals Liverpool on November 23 after the international break, and the Spanish boss has admitted that the on-loan Barcelona youngster could play a part.
"I would have no concerns about putting him in against Liverpool, no," Martinez told the Liverpool Echo.
"When you are able to play against [Tottenham Hotspur's] Jan Vertonghen, and to cope with that, then it shows you he is ready for anything.
"[Having said that], I can't really look forward [to the derby]) yet, because we are losing 12 players with the Under-21s and the senior players [on international duty]."
Everton have drawn their last two games 0-0, against Spurs and Crystal Palace.