We've heard it all before: “Moyes is doing such a great job with limited resources.” “Everton are so consistent.” "They're punching above their weight."
Analysis of Everton seems to always throw up the same points, to the extent that you almost overlook just how impressive they've been.
After Sunday's dramatic late win against Tottenham Hotspur, Everton currently sit fourth in the English Premier League table, level on points with Spurs and West Brom, three points behind Chelsea in third place and two points ahead of Arsenal.
After six consecutive campaigns finishing in the Top Eight of the Premier League, Everton look set this season to make the breakthrough and finish in the Top Four, something they haven't managed since 2005.
Here's why 2012-13 will be the season they do it.