Everton manager David Moyes is concerned about where the team's goals will come from when Tim Cahill is away on international duty with Australia next month. The 31-year old has netted nine of the Toffees' 20 goals in the league this season but will be missing from the line-up for most of January which worries Moyes.

"I'm looking for something to happen, I need goals," he admitted.

"We're going to lose Tim, but where do you find a striker in the January window who you are going to get for no cash or on loan who is going to make a difference?

"It's getting much harder.

"The best boys out of the Championship are big money now.

"You might have to go to the lower leagues to buy the best player at £5m or £6m now, maybe more."