With the season drawing to a close and Everton still in contention for a European place, it is tough to look into the future, when the season has ended and the dust has settled, to see where more could have been done.
Thus far, Everton have had a stellar season. Gone are the days of the relegation fight and the quest for 40 points. The side have cemented their place as a perennial European contender (even if they haven't made a trip on the continent since 2009).
Where could Everton improve to make them a favourite, not an outsider for European qualification next season?
With the present back stage set-up (read: Everton don't spend money) it is difficult to say, with any degree of reality, where they can spend their money.
The speculation (h/t Chris Bascombe, The Telegraph) of the exit of Marouane Fellaini means Everton could be in a position to add to their already-talented squad.
Of course, a team that could still finish in the top four of one of Europe's best leagues has little cause for concern, and the majority of these improvements involve depth rather than need.