Roberto Martinez calls for his Everton players to give their all in the pursuit of a Champions League finish.
By Paul Gorst, Reporter Filed: Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 17:26 UK
Last Updated: Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 22:52 UK
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has stated that his side will do their utmost to take maximum points from their last two games in a bid to finish in the Champions League places.
The Blues are looking to chase down Arsenal, who currently occupy the final spot in fourth, and ahead of the visit of Manchester City, the Spaniard has called for his players to "give everything".
He told Sky Sports News: "We want to give everything to get to 75 points, and we're not looking elsewhere. We're playing a strong team [in City] but the atmosphere will be fantastic [at Goodison Park].
"[Finishing fourth] is still achievable, and I always look at the points tally. It would be very unfortunate to finish with 75 points and not get fourth.
"From our point of view, we can give ourselves the best chance."