Winger shines in second spell on Merseyside
Everton boss David Moyes significantly strengthened his squad in January with two excellent signings, one has made all the headlines and the other has almost gone unnoticed as a result.
Nikica Jelavic has scored eight times in his eight league starts, and has two more goals and two assists in three FA Cup ties, since his arrival from Rangers.
It's understandable that the Croatian should get all the attention, but the returning Steven Pienaar deserves an enormous amount of credit, for Everton's successful end to the season, as well.
The South African winger spent three-and-a-half years at Everton, where he scored 10 goals and 72 Fantasy League points, before moving to Tottenham in January 2011.
He struggled to break into the team at Tottenham, partly due to a groin injury he picked up at the beginning of this season.
After making just 10 appearances for Spurs, and scoring a solitary goal in the Europa League, he was loaned back to Everton on deadline day in the January transfer window.
The familiar surroundings of Goodison Park had an immediate impact, scoring the opener in a 2-0 win over Chelsea in just his second game back at the club.
He has started every league game since, and has only missed seven minutes of Premier League football since his second debut at the club.
Pienaar assisted the leveller against Queens Park Rangers in March, before going on a three-game barren spell.
Since then he has scored Fantasy League points in all but one game, with two goals and six assists in his last six outings.
Setting up the decisive goals which earned Everton four points, against West Bromwich Albion and Norwich, he then played a vital role in convincing wins over Sunderland and Fulham, as well as that epic 4-4 draw with Manchester United.
Everton now look odds on to finish above city rivals Liverpool, though still need four points to be absolutely certain of a top-seven finish.
Moyes' men lay in ninth in the Premier League, nine points behind Liverpool, when Pienaar and Jelavic joined in January.
They travel to already relegated Wolves, who shipped four goals last weekend and have leaked nine in their last four games, meaning Pienaar will have the chance to end his season on a high.
Did you have Pienaar at the start of the season, or have you brought him in since he re-signed for Everton? Where will he be this time next season? Have your say below....