Everton manager Roberto Martinez is not getting carried away following his side's 3-0 victory over Arsenal on Sunday.
Martinez's men enhanced their chances of a top-four finish by moving within a point of the Gunners - with a game in hand - thanks to first-half goals from Steven Naismith and Romelu Lukaku and an own-goal from Mikel Arteta.
When quizzed on whether or not a Champions League spot was now attainable, Martinez was remaining grounded as his Toffees simply looked to focus on next weekend's trip to Sunderland.
"Not to sound too romantic about it, but I said before the game that whatever happened there would still be 18 points to fight for," he told Sky Sports.
"It is very important that we recover well and get ready for next Saturday, which is another big final for us.
"The pressure is the pressure that we put on ourselves. 63 points after 32 games, that is the pressure that we have been working towards, to try and achieve as many points as we can.
"It is important that we don't lose players and we get everyone refreshed and ready, so nothing changes."
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