Kasey Keller has few doubts that Nigel Martyn can enjoy at least another couple of seasons at the top.
The former England goalkeeper has enjoyed somewhat of a renaissance at Everton after losing his spot at Leeds United last season.
Snapped up by David Moyes last September, Martyn, 37, has started all-but one game since replacing the injured Richard Wright against Middlesbrough back on September 13.
We now face the Cornishman on Friday. "Nigel's done great," said Kasey. "I don't necessarily see it as a second coming at all, I think a lot of people felt he still had a lot to offer at Leeds but things didn't work out and perhaps he's the one laughing now.
"He's had a great season and there is no reason why he won't have a great season next time around and the one after that.
"He had a few back problems but if stays healthy I'm sure he has a good couple of seasons left."