The Toffees, who are still mathematically able to secure a spot in the Champions League places, host Manuel Pellegrini's side tomorrow evening.
The midfielder, who scored during Everton's 2-0 win over City last season, told the club's website: "It will be nice to repeat the result from last season, especially if I manage to score again. But, as we have shown this season, we are a team and it is going to take a team performance to get that win.
"It is always special, that last home game at Goodison. You always want to put on a final show for the fans, hopefully get a win and then walk round and celebrate at the end of it. It's a game that we will certainly be going into wanting to win."
Should Everton lose, they will not be able to finish in the top four this season.