Everton boss David Moyes is impressed by the work being done at FA Cup opponents Blackpool by Ian Holloway.

The Scot admires the way the former QPR, Plymouth and Leicester boss has gone about rebuilding his side following the loss of key men Charlie Adam, David Vaughan and DJ Campbell.

"Ollie's done a brilliant job, everybody knows that," said Moyes. "It's never easy when you go down, and I think they were really, really unlucky to go down in the end.

"I think the Premier League has missed Ian Holloway. He's been quite quiet for the last five or six months and rightly so. He's gone about his work quietly, rebuilding Blackpool.

"But I don't think they're quiet now. They're back on the radar, they're back up there. And they're certainly on our radar because they're at Goodison on Saturday."