Harry Redknapp says David Moyes has done an 'incredible job' at Everton this season.
Moyes had to contend with being without a recognised striker for a long period of the season but successfully shuffled his pack, played with Tim Cahill and Marouane Fellaini up front and slowly guided the Toffees up the Premier League table after an inconsistent start.
Everton's early-season problems were at Goodison Park where they only won one of their first nine games but they moved into sixth place at the turn of the year and haven't been lower since.
Meanwhile, they remain the only team to beat us at home under Harry's management, a run now stretching to 20 games in all competitions.
"Everton have been in great form and have had a fantastic season," said Harry.
"David Moyes has done an incredible job to keep them going through all the injuries and to get to the FA Cup Final and get to where they are in the league deserves a lot of credit.
"Everton is a big club. I saw Howard Kendall on TV last week and his team was a fantastic team and then you go back to when he was playing and the side that included the likes of Alan Ball, Colin Harvey and Joe Royle.
"They've had great teams over the years and David has built another, reaching the cup final and going for fifth in the league, he can't do much more than that.
"Goodison is a tough place to go and you never get it easy at Everton, all David's teams put 100 per cent in every week, never less."