Everton boss David Moyes admits even £100million may not be enough to make the Toffees a top four outfit. "We have a long way to go and it will be very hard to compete with the top boys, we know that," Moyes said.
"You could give me £100million and it might not get me any closer, who knows? The one thing we have got is big hearts and character and we want to keep improving.
"Everyone would like more money but the majority of managers in football don't work with money, so you have to be able to work without.
"We've been lucky that we've been given every penny that they could give us. As you see, if you get the right players in and they are hungry for success then it can happen."
"It is an achievement for the players, through adversity and injuries to several key men," Moyes said.
"People have come into the team and taken their chance. Not only taken their chance, but they've pushed on.
"It would be great to finish in a really good league position, that is what we are trying to do."