1 August 2011
Everton Ladies boss wants more after three wins in three.
Everton Ladies manager Mo Marley has challenged her team to build on Sunday's excellent 3-1 over Arsenal in the WSL.
Goals from Michelle Hinnigan, Amy Kane and Toni Duggan helped the Blues come from behind to record a fourth successive league win.
Victory in Thursday's fixture with leaders Birmingham City would see the gap on top spot cut to just five points with a game in hand.
Marley now wants her team to continue their fine form as they look to mount a late title challenge.
"To beat Arsenal comprehensively with key players missing and regular changes to the squad shows how far we've come on and how much potential we've got," she told evertontv.
"We can't just say we've beaten Arsenal and that's it, it's now about the squad moving on for the next game and the future."
Everton were able to rotate their squad against the Gunners and replace skipper Jody Handley and Brooke Chaplen with Amy Kane and Gwen Harries, whilst England midfielder Fara Williams is still out injured.
And Marley says the hectic WSL schedule makes it imperative to have a good squad of players.
"Everyone says that we've got the best squad and the best team," said Marley.
"This game has shown the strength of our squad, players came in and the ones that played previously have done a job for the team," she added.
"We've won games and we've done what we've needed to do to get the points and that's no different today - credit to everyone who has played a part."
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